The monthly traffic feature, which is at times also identified as bandwidth or data transfer, identifies the overall volume of info which is uploaded to your shared web hosting account and downloaded from it monthly. Your site traffic is generated generally by site visits - every time somebody comes across your site, the web pages they view are downloaded from the hosting server to his or her machine or smartphone and they are displayed by the internet browser. What counts towards the website traffic generated is the overall size of these webpages, thus the more visitors you get for a period of time, the more site traffic will be produced. In addition to the web site visits, file uploads are also counted towards the entire monthly transfer which means that when you upload web site content as well as other files through a file manager or an FTP software, they'll also generate some website traffic. The counter resets on day one of each and every month and it is not related to the date you've subscribed or the date you have renewed your hosting package.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Web Hosting

The monthly site traffic allowance for all of our shared web hosting plans is enough for any kind of web site. If you have a personal blog, a community forum or E-commerce portal, how much data can be transferred to and from your account or hitting some modest allowance cap will never be a cause for your sites to be unavailable. In addition, we provide elaborate site traffic information, which means that you will be able to observe the amount of info is being downloaded at all times. The monthly, daily and hourly figures will give you an idea how the web sites are doing, which files produce the most traffic plus much more useful information which can help you manage your web sites and your account altogether. The stats can be reached with just a few clicks in the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers

All our semi-dedicated server plans are suitable to host a number of resource-demanding sites because they come with a great deal of processing power. Such web sites usually produce a lot of traffic and for that reason we've decided not to restrict this characteristic. When you use a semi-dedicated server, you will be able to have as many visitors as you are able to get without having to worry that you'll get to some limit for the website traffic they will generate. To save you time, you can monitor what's going on in your account as we will provide you with hourly, daily and monthly numbers for the traffic your websites generate. Which means that, you will be informed on how they function at any time. You will even be able to observe which page or file has generated most of the traffic for every single site in your semi-dedicated server account.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers

Taking into account how powerful our dedicated servers are, the data transfer that you will get every month will be enough for any kind of website whatever the number of its visitors, even if you provide image or file hosting. You will get a quota of terabytes of traffic every single month and because you won't share the server with anybody else, that allowance will be accessible only for your sites and web applications. We'll notify you the moment you reach 90% of the allowance so that you will be able to react and either optimize your sites to reduce the website traffic they make, or increase your limit. It's extremely unlikely that you may ever require more than what we'll provide you with, yet we will not limit the growth of your sites, so we leave the chance to add extra traffic open. The dedicated server packages include a management panel where you'll be able to see what amount of website traffic has been produced to date for the current month and what amount is left until you get to the restriction. Due to the fact that these figures contain software installations as well as any updates, they are more clear as compared to numerous hosting Control Panel stats that include only the site traffic generated by websites.