The monthly traffic feature, that’s at times also called bandwidth or info transfer, identifies the overall volume of information that is uploaded to your shared web hosting account and downloaded from it each month. The traffic is generated mostly by site visits - when somebody goes to your site, the pages they see are downloaded from the website hosting server to their computer or smartphone and they're displayed by the web browser. What counts towards the website traffic generated is the size of these webpages, so the more visitors you have for some period of time, the more site traffic will be produced. Along with the site visits, file uploads are also counted towards the entire monthly transfer which means that every time you upload web site content or any other files through a file manager or an FTP program, they will also produce some website traffic. The counter resets on day one of every month and it is not related to the date you've signed up or the date you've renewed your hosting plan.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Web Hosting

All of our Linux shared web hosting packages are perfect for any kind of small-scale or medium-sized website and even a larger variety of websites. Considering that you can host various domain names using one account, we have designed our packages in such a way so as to provide you with all the options you may need. Regardless if you run a personal portfolio website or an eCommerce website, our monthly site traffic quota that your web site may use will never be a setback. Thus, you will have the chance to extend your online presence and get countless new visitors without worrying about getting to some cap. The Hepsia hosting Control Panel will offer you detailed data about the traffic usage to and from your account, which will allow you to take care of your sites and the account much better. You will be able to view monthly, daily and hourly statistics, the traffic produced by each individual domain and by the account as a whole, the most downloaded files, etcetera.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Due to the fact that our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages are really efficient, we have decided not to set any kind of limit for the monthly website traffic that an account can generate. We consider that if you get a hosting package that comes with a great deal of computing power, your sites will most likely have lots of visitors and as each visitor generates some website traffic, one can end up having inaccessible sites if there was some limit for this particular feature. With truly unlimited website traffic, you can be sure this cannot happen. To save you time, you can monitor the info being downloaded along with the site traffic that is generated for every single domain with monthly, daily and hourly statistics that will inform you on how popular your web sites are. You'll be able to even see particular pages and files that have generated most of the web site traffic in your semi-dedicated account.

Monthly Traffic in VPS Web Hosting

The monthly traffic allowance for our Linux VPS web hosting packages is proportionate to all of the other server’s resources. When you obtain a more powerful server, it is much more likely that you'll run a popular web site or even a number of web sites, consequently there will be much more site visitors. That is why, the greater package you aquire, the higher monthly site traffic allowance you will get. We'll contact you as soon as you get to 90% of the amount, to make sure you have the required time to take some action and either improve your package or optimize your sites and decrease the traffic that they make before the counter resets the subsequent month. If you choose to update, this can be done through the billing Control Panel and with just a few clicks. You'll also be able to keep track of the amount of site traffic your server has already generated and the amount that is left until you reach the monthly restriction. This data is available in the VPS control panel where you're also able to restart your server and view the employment of all other resources like hard disk storage, CPU load and physical memory usage.