When some content is uploaded to a website hosting account or downloaded using it, some website traffic is produced and that is a component that each hosting package has. It's also one of the attributes you have to take a look at, as what amount of website traffic quota you'll need is dependent upon what you need the account for. The website traffic is mainly produced by downloads and this includes web site visits. Essentially, whenever somebody opens your web site, the pages are downloaded from the server on his or her computer system and they are subsequently shown by their web browser. It's also recommendable to know that uploads are considered too, so that if you duplicate large files from your laptop or computer to the server, some web site traffic will be generated too. Different suppliers can have different names for this particular feature, for example traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, but all of them refer to the exact same thing - the amount of incoming and outgoing information produced for a period of time.
Monthly Traffic in Website Hosting
All of our website hosting
were created with the notion to take care of the website traffic produced by any web site that can run in such an account. When you own one or a number of small-scale or medium-sized sites, you won't be limited by the monthly traffic allowance regardless of what content you have - plain text and / or lots of images, for instance. The stats in your hosting Control Panel will provide you with in-depth info about the traffic generated by each website and the amount for your account as a whole. The stats are updated in real time and show both the day-to-day and the monthly usage, which means that you will know how much information is transferred to and from your web hosting account at any moment. Day one of each month the counter is reset, but you'll be able to see the web site traffic statistics for the previous months, that will give you an idea how your websites perform.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers
Considering the fact that our semi-dedicated servers
are pretty efficient, we have made the decision not to set any limit for the monthly site traffic that a given account can produce. It is our understanding that if you need a website hosting package that comes with a lot of computing power, your websites will probably have plenty of visitors and since every single visitor generates certain site traffic, you could end up getting inaccessible websites in case there was any limit for this particular characteristic. With truly unlimited traffic, you can be sure this won't happen. For your benefit, you can monitor the content being downloaded in addition to the website traffic that is generated for each individual domain with hourly, daily and monthly statistics that will give you an idea how popular your websites are. You'll be able to even see particular pages and files that have produced most of the site traffic in your semi-dedicated account.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers
The monthly traffic allowance which comes with our dedicated server
packages will suit any type of web site irrespective of its type. Your web apps can generate terabytes of traffic, which ensures that your visitors will never see any error message on your web site as a result of inadequate quota the way it can happen with other types of website hosting. We also leave the option to upgrade your website traffic amount open, but it's very unlikely that you will ever need it even if you want to operate a file sharing site or a video streaming portal. The server administration Control Panel provides you with accurate real-time information how much data has been transmitted for the month to date, and what amount of it remains before you get to the restriction. We will also alert you when you reach 90% of the quota in order to be on the safe side and avoid any downtime of your sites. The info in this panel contains the full traffic, including software downloads, thus it's more accurate than the one in your current website hosting Control Panel where you're able to view details only about the traffic developed by web content.