The monthly traffic feature, which is sometimes also called bandwidth or info transfer, identifies the total volume of info which can be uploaded to your cloud hosting account and downloaded from it each month. The traffic is generated predominantly by site visits - whenever someone finds your web site, the pages they see are downloaded from your web hosting server to his / her computer or mobile device and they are shown by the browser. What counts towards the website traffic generated is the size of these pages, consequently the more website visitors you have for a given period of time, the more website traffic will be generated. Along with the web site visits, file uploads are also counted towards the entire monthly transfer which means that whenever you upload site content or some other files by using a file manager or an FTP program, they will also produce some website traffic. The counter resets on the very first day of each and every month and it's not related to the date you have signed up or the date you've renewed the website hosting plan.
Monthly Traffic in Cloud Hosting
All of our Linux cloud hosting packages are suitable for any small-scale to medium-sized website or even a larger variety of websites. Considering that you can host a couple of domain names from a single account, we have designed the packages in such a way so as to provide you with all of the attributes you'll need. Regardless if you have a private portfolio website or an e-commerce site, our monthly site traffic quota that your site can use won't ever be a problem. Thus, you'll have the option to broaden your online presence and acquire lots of new site visitors without worrying about hitting a limit. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel will offer you detailed data about the traffic usage to and from your account, that will enable you to handle all of your sites as well as the account more efficiently. You will be able to check monthly, daily and hourly figures, the website traffic generated by each domain and by the account as a whole, the most downloaded files, etc.