The monthly website traffic characteristic is generally called data transfer or bandwidth as well, but all of the aforementioned terms apply to the same thing - how much data can be transferred to and from a shared website hosting account. The website traffic can be generated in two ways, the more obvious one being site visits. If someone loads your site, their web browser requests and downloads the webpages from your web hosting server and then displays them on their end. The more visitors you have, the more outgoing traffic is produced from your web hosting account. As this particular feature includes the total traffic, not just the site visits, you shouldn't forget that inward traffic is measured as well. This means website content and other files that you upload to the account via a file manager or an FTP software are measured towards the account allowance. The transfer is typically monitored monthly and the counter resets on the first day of each and every month whatever your actual registration date.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Website Hosting

We have selected the features of our shared website hosting plansin a way, so as to facilitate the development of any type of website hosted on our state-of-the-art cloud platform. The site traffic that your account can produce makes no exception, which means that with a website hosting package from our company, you won't have to worry about the volume of content being transferred to and from your account any time. You can host several small-scale and medium-sized websites and make sure that the monthly traffic quota won't be a setback for their progress. We also offer you detailed monthly, daily and hourly stats which will give you extra details about the traffic that a given web site produces or what kind of page/file is being downloaded the most and produces most of the traffic. Such data can help you organize the administration of your sites along with your marketing techniques better.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers

The monthly site traffic characteristic of our semi-dedicated servers is unrestricted, or as many companies advertise it, unmetered. Of course, we keep track of the volume of uploaded and downloaded content for each and every account, still we will never set a restriction, so your websites can grow and receive more site visitors. We provide you with elaborate information what's going on in the account so as to give you an opportunity to handle your web sites better and to have an idea how they perform. You'll be able to view the traffic generated by every single web site and the most frequently downloaded web page or file. The stats are hourly, daily and monthly. In the constantly-developing online world, you can have a significant number of new website visitors with just one marketing campaign, so by providing a truly unlimited package, we'll ensure that you will not lose potential customers for the reason that your account cannot handle the site traffic.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers

The monthly site traffic quota that comes with our dedicated server plans will suit any kind of website regardless of its type. Your web apps can make terabytes of site traffic, which warrants that all your visitors will never notice any sort of error message on your web site because of insufficient quota like it could happen with many other forms of web hosting. In addition, we leave the possibility to upgrade your site traffic amount open, however it's very unlikely that you'll ever need it even if you want to host a file sharing web site or a video streaming portal. The server management Control Panel offers you correct live info how much data has been transmitted for the month to date, and how much is left before you get to the cap. We will also let you know you if you reach 90% of the allowance so as to be on the safe side and prevent any downtime of your sites. The data in this panel contains the entire traffic, plus software downloads, so that it's more accurate than the one in your current website hosting Control Panel where you will be able to view details only about the traffic developed by world wide web content.