The monthly traffic characteristic, that’s sometimes also referred to as bandwidth or data transfer, indicates the overall amount of data that can be uploaded to your website hosting account and downloaded from it monthly. Your traffic is produced mostly by web site visits - each time someone comes across your web site, the web pages they see are downloaded from your web hosting server to his / her computer or smartphone and they are shown by the internet browser. What counts for the web site traffic generated is the size of these pages, as a result the more site visitors you get for a given period of time, the more site traffic will be generated. Along with the web site visits, file uploads will also be counted towards the entire monthly transfer this means that when you upload web site content or some other files using a file manager or an FTP software, they'll also generate some website traffic. The counter resets on the very 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 the web hosting package.
Monthly Traffic in Website Hosting
All our website hosting
were designed with the idea to take care of the site traffic produced by any website that can run in such an account. In case you currently have one or a number of small or medium-sized sites, you will not be limited by the monthly website traffic allowance whatever the content you have - plain text or perhaps lots of images, for example. The stats in your hosting Control Panel will provide you with in-depth information about the site traffic produced by every single web site plus the amount for your account altogether. The numbers are updated live and show both the everyday and the monthly usage, so that you'll know how much info is transferred to and from your hosting account anytime. The very first day of each month your counter is reset, but you will be able to view the website traffic statistics for the past months, which will show you how your sites perform.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers
Since our semi-dedicated servers
are really powerful, we've decided not to set any limit for the monthly traffic that an account can produce. It is our understanding that if you purchase a hosting package that comes with a lot of computing power, your websites will presumptively have plenty of visitors and since every visitor generates some site traffic, you could end up having unavailable websites in case there is some restriction for this feature. With truly unrestricted website traffic, you can be sure this will never happen. For your benefit, you will be able to monitor the data being downloaded as well as the website traffic that is generated for every single domain with hourly, daily and monthly stats that will give you an idea how popular your sites are. You'll be able to even view particular webpages and files that have produced the most site traffic in your semi-dedicated account.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers
The monthly site traffic allowance that is featured with our dedicated server
packages is sufficient for any kind of website irrespective of its type. Your web apps can generate terabytes of traffic, which guarantees that all of your site visitors will never notice any type of error message on your site a consequence of limited allowance like it can happen with various other types of website hosting. Also, we leave the possibility to upgrade the traffic amount open, but it's highly unlikely that you will ever need it even if you would like to manage a file sharing website or a video streaming portal. The server management Control Panel provides precise real-time information what amount of data has been transmitted for the month to date, and how much remains before you get to the limit. We'll also let you know you once you reach 90% of the allowance so as to be on the safe side and prevent any downtime of your sites. The information in the panel includes the total traffic, including software downloads, so that it's more precise than the one in your current hosting Control Panel where you'll be able to see details only about the traffic developed by world wide web content.