The monthly traffic feature, which is sometimes also called bandwidth or info transfer, indicates the overall amount of data that is uploaded to your shared hosting account and downloaded from it monthly. Your site traffic is produced predominantly by web site visits - whenever somebody visits your site, the web pages they view are downloaded from your hosting server to his or her computer system or smartphone and they are displayed by the internet browser. What counts for the website traffic produced is the size of these web pages, so the more site visitors you get for a period of time, the more web site traffic will be produced. Along with the website visits, file uploads will also be counted towards the entire monthly transfer i.e. any time you upload web site content as well as other files through a file manager or an FTP program, 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 have registered or the date you've renewed the hosting package.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting

We have selected all of the attributes of our shared hosting packagesin such a way, in order to help the progress of any kind of web site hosted on our leading-edge cloud system. The website traffic that your account can produce makes no exception, that's why with a web hosting package from us, you will not have to worry about the amount of content being transferred to and from your account any time. You can host a couple of small-scale and medium-sized web sites and be sure that the monthly traffic allowance won't be a setback for their development. Furthermore, we supply you with elaborate hourly, daily and monthly statistics that will give you additional info for the website traffic that a particular web site generates or which page/file is being downloaded the most and produces the most traffic. This type of information can help you plan the supervision of your websites along with your marketing techniques more effectively.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Our semi-dedicated server packages are intended to host multiple resource-hungry web sites because they come with a great deal of computing power. Such sites usually generate a lot of website traffic and for that reason we have decided not to limit this feature. When you use a semi-dedicated server, it is possible to have as many site visitors as you can get without worrying that you'll get to some limit for the website traffic they can generate. For your benefit, you will be able to monitor what's going on in the account since we will supply hourly, daily and monthly stats for the website traffic your sites generate. Thus, you will have an idea of the way they operate at any time. You'll even be able to observe which webpage or file has produced the most traffic for every single web site in your semi-dedicated server account.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers Hosting

The monthly traffic allowance which comes with our dedicated server plans is sufficient for any kind of web site irrespective of its type. Your web applications can make terabytes of site traffic, which warrants that all of your site visitors will never see any type of error message on your site a consequence of not sufficient quota the way it may happen with other types of hosting. In addition, we leave the option to upgrade your website traffic amount open, but it is highly unlikely that you will ever need it even if you would like to run a file sharing site or a video streaming portal. The server administration Control Panel provides correct real-time information what amount of data has been transmitted for the month so far, and what amount of it is left until you reach the restriction. We'll also let you know you if you get to 90% of the quota in order to be on the safe side and prevent any downtime of your sites. The info in our panel contains the overall traffic, including software downloads, so it is more accurate than the one in your current hosting Control Panel where you are able to see details only about the customers developed by web content.