Whenever some data is uploaded to a shared hosting account or downloaded using it, some web site traffic is produced and that is a feature that each hosting package includes. It's moreover among the characteristics you need to check out, as the amount of website traffic quota you'll need is based on what you need the account for. The website traffic is mostly produced by downloads including site visits. In layman's terms, anytime somebody goes to your website, the pages are downloaded from the server to his or her computer system and they're then shown by their internet browser. It is also important to know that uploads matter too, therefore every time you duplicate larger files from your computer to the server, some site traffic is generated as well. Different companies often have different names for this feature, like traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, but they all apply to the very same thing - the exact amount of incoming & outgoing info produced for some period of time.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting

All of our Linux shared hosting were designed with the idea to take care of the website traffic made by any site that can run in such an account. When you own one or a few different small-scale or medium-sized sites, you will not be limited by the monthly traffic quota irrespective of what content you have - plain text or a lot of images, for example. The statistics inside the hosting Control Panel provides you with comprehensive details about the site traffic generated by each and every site plus the total amount for your account as a whole. The numbers are updated in real time and indicate both the everyday and the monthly usage, which means that you'll know how much information is transferred to and from your website hosting account anytime. The very first day of every month the counter is reset, but you'll be able to view the site traffic stats for the previous months, which will give you an idea how your web sites perform.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting

As our Linux semi-dedicated hosting are rather powerful, we've made the decision not to put any type of limit for the monthly website traffic that a given account can generate. We consider that if you acquire a web hosting package that includes a great deal of computing power, your websites will probably have many visitors and as every visitor produces some traffic, one may end up getting unavailable web sites if there was a cap for this characteristic. With truly unrestricted traffic, you can be sure this won't happen. To save you time, you'll be able to keep track of the content being downloaded and the web site traffic that is generated for each domain with monthly, daily and hourly statistics that will give you an idea how popular your sites are. You'll be able to even view particular webpages and files which have made the most traffic in your semi-dedicated account.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Hosting

Taking into consideration how powerful all of our Linux dedicated hosting are, the data transfer that you'll receive every month will be enough for any kind of web site whatever the number of its visitors, even if you offer file or image hosting. You'll get a quota of terabytes of traffic every single month and given that you won't share the server with anyone else, that quota will be accessible only for your sites and web applications. We will contact you the moment you reach 90% of the allowance so you can react and either optimize your sites to lower the website traffic they make, or increase your limit. It's very unlikely that you'll ever need more than what we will provide, but we won't restrict the development of your sites, that's why we leave the chance to add more site traffic open. The dedicated server packages include a control panel where you can see the amount of website traffic has been generated so far for the present month and the amount that is left until you reach the cap. Considering the fact that these figures contain software installations as well as any updates, they are more precise as compared to any hosting Control Panel statistics that include only the traffic generated by sites.