The monthly traffic characteristic is generally referred to as info transfer or bandwidth as well, however all of these terms apply to the same thing - how much content can be transferred to and from your web hosting account. The traffic can be produced in just two ways, the more apparent one being web site visits. When somebody loads your site, their browser requests and downloads the web pages from your web hosting server and then displays them on their end. The more site visitors you have, the more outbound traffic is produced from your web hosting account. Because this characteristic contains the overall site traffic, not only the website visits, you shouldn't forget that incoming traffic is measured as well. Which means website content as well as other files that you upload to your account with a file manager or an FTP program are measured towards your account allowance. Your transfer is typically checked on a monthly basis and the counter resets on the first day of each month irrespective of your actual signup date.

Monthly Traffic in Web Hosting

All of our Linux web hosting are perfect for any type of small-scale to medium-sized website and even a larger number of websites. Considering that you can host various domain names from a single account, we have designed our packages in such a way so as to provide you with all the options you will need. Regardless if you have a personal portfolio web site or an eCommerce web site, the monthly traffic quota that your website may use will not be a setback. In this way, you'll have the opportunity to expand your worldwide web presence and have numerous new visitors without worrying about reaching some cap. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel will give you detailed data for the traffic usage to and from your account, which will enable you to manage all your websites as well as your account much better. You will be able to view hourly, daily and monthly figures, the website traffic produced by each individual domain and by the account as a whole, the most often downloaded files, etcetera.