The monthly traffic feature is usually known as info transfer or bandwidth as well, however all of the aforementioned terms have to do with the very same thing - how much data can be transferred to and from your shared web hosting account. The traffic can be produced in two ways, the more noticeable one being website visits. When somebody opens your web site, their browser requests and downloads the web pages from your website hosting server and then shows them on their end. The more website visitors you have, the more outbound traffic is produced from your web hosting account. Considering that this feature contains the whole site traffic, not only the site visits, you shouldn't forget that inward traffic is measured as well. This means web site content as well as other files that you upload to your account with a file manager or an FTP program are counted towards the account allowance. The transfer is usually checked monthly and the counter resets on the first day of every month regardless of your actual date of signup.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Web Hosting

All of our Linux shared web hosting were created with the idea to take care of the site traffic produced by any kind of website that can exist in such an account. In case you own one or a few different small or medium-sized websites, you won't be limited by the monthly traffic allowance irrespective of what content you may have - plain text and / or lots of images, for example. The statistics inside your hosting Control Panel will provide you with detailed information about the traffic generated by every single website plus the amount for your account altogether. The figures are updated in real time and indicate both the day-to-day and the monthly usage, therefore you'll know how much information is transferred to and from the hosting account at any time. The very first day of every month your counter is reset, but you'll still be able to view the site traffic statistics for the past months, which will show you how your websites perform.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The monthly website traffic feature of our Linux semi-dedicated services is limitless, or as many companies define it, unmetered. Of course, we monitor the volume of uploaded and downloaded content for each and every account, still we won't set any restriction, therefore your sites can grow and get more website visitors. We only give you detailed info what is going on in the account in order to allow you to control your websites even better and to be informed on how they perform. You're able to see the traffic generated by each and every website along with the most frequently downloaded webpage or file. The figures are hourly, daily and monthly. In the continually evolving internet world, you are able to have countless new site visitors with just a single advertising campaign, therefore by providing a really unlimited package, we will make sure that you won't lose customers due to the fact that your account can't take care of the website traffic.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers Hosting

With a dedicated server, you will have an extremely powerful web hosting product at your disposal and the traffic quota that you will get matches the rest of the features. The server can make terabytes of website traffic monthly, so that regardless of the type or amount of web sites that you host, you'll never have to worry for them being not available because of inadequate website traffic. To be on the safe side however, we will give you the opportunity to update this feature if needed. We will inform you in advance if you get close to the limit, so that you'll have the option to upgrade or decrease the site traffic by optimizing your content and avoid any disruption of the work of your websites. You are able to monitor the consumed and remaining traffic for the present month from the administration panel that we supply. The data there includes all incoming as well as all the outgoing transfers, including software setups and / or updates. In comparison, a hosting Control Panel can give more detailed information, however only for the website traffic to and from a web host account, not the server altogether.