The monthly traffic characteristic, which is at times also referred to as bandwidth or data transfer, identifies the full volume of information which can be uploaded to your hosting account and downloaded from it each month. The website traffic is generated predominantly by web site visits - when somebody finds your web site, the pages they see are downloaded from your website hosting server to their machine or smartphone and they're displayed by the web browser. What counts towards the web site traffic produced is the overall size of these web pages, hence the more site visitors you have for a period of time, the more web site traffic will be produced. In addition to the website visits, file uploads are also counted towards the total monthly transfer this means that every time you upload website content or other files by using a file manager or an FTP software, they'll also generate some site traffic. The counter resets on the very first day of each month and it is not related to the date you've registered and the date you have renewed your hosting plan.
Monthly Traffic in Hosting
Our Linux hosting are ideal for any small to medium-sized website and even a larger number of sites. Considering that you can host a range of domains from just a single account, we've designed the packages in such a way so as to supply you with all of the characteristics you'll need. No matter if you own a private portfolio web site or an eCommerce website, our monthly site traffic allowance that your web site may use will never be an issue. Thus, you will have the chance to extend your worldwide web presence and acquire lots of new website visitors without worrying about hitting a limit. The Hepsia hosting Control Panel offers you elaborate information related to the traffic usage to and from your account, that will enable you to handle your websites as well as your account much better. You will be able to check monthly, daily and hourly stats, the site traffic generated by each domain and by the account altogether, the most downloaded files, etc.