The monthly traffic characteristic, that’s sometimes also referred to as bandwidth or info transfer, identifies the total amount of data which is uploaded to your shared web hosting account and downloaded from it each month. Your traffic is generated mainly by website visits - when somebody visits your website, the webpages they view are downloaded from your web hosting server to their computer or mobile device and they're displayed by the web browser. What counts for the site traffic produced is the overall size of these web pages, thus the more visitors you get for some period of time, the more website traffic will be produced. In addition to the site visits, file uploads are also counted towards the entire monthly transfer which means that when you upload site content as well as other files by using a file manager or an FTP program, they'll also produce some website traffic. The counter resets on the first day of each and every month and it is not related to the date you've signed up and the date you have renewed your web hosting plan.
Monthly Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
All our Linux shared web hosting are ideal for any type of small to medium-sized web site and even a larger variety of web sites. Considering that you can host multiple domains from just a single account, we've designed the packages in such a way so as to supply all attributes you'll need. No matter if you have a private portfolio web site or an electronic commerce site, our monthly traffic allowance that your web site may use will never be an issue. Thus, you will have the chance to broaden your online presence and have a variety of new site visitors without worrying about reaching a limit. The Hepsia hosting Control Panel offers you comprehensive information for the traffic usage to and from your account, which will enable you to take care of all your sites as well as your account better. You are able to check hourly, daily and monthly statistics, the site traffic produced by each domain and by the account altogether, the most downloaded files, etc.