The monthly web site traffic feature is sometimes called data transfer or bandwidth as well, still all of the aforementioned names apply to the same thing - the amount of information can be transferred to and from your shared hosting account. The web site traffic can be produced in two ways, the more apparent one being website visits. If somebody loads your website, their browser requests and downloads the web pages from the hosting server and then displays them on their end. The more website visitors you have, the more outbound traffic is produced from your web hosting account. Due to the fact that this characteristic includes the overall website traffic, not only your website visits, you shouldn't forget that incoming traffic is measured as well. This means web site content along with other files that you upload to the account via a file manager or an FTP application are measured towards the account allowance. The transfer is typically monitored every month and the counter resets on the first day of each month whatever your actual signup date.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Considering that our Linux semi-dedicated packages
are quite effective, we've made the decision not to set any kind of limit for the monthly traffic that a given account can produce. We consider that if you acquire a website hosting plan that features a lot of computing power, your web sites will most likely have lots of visitors and since every single visitor makes some site traffic, you can end up having unavailable websites if there is any limit for this particular feature. With truly unlimited website traffic, you will be sure this won't happen. To save you time, you'll be able to keep track of the info being downloaded in addition to the website traffic that is generated for each individual domain with monthly, daily and hourly numbers that will give you an idea how popular your websites are. You will be able to even see particular web pages and files that have produced most of the site traffic in the semi-dedicated account.
Monthly Traffic in VPS
All of the Linux VPS packages
that we offer feature a monthly traffic allowance proportional to the resources they come with. The more disk storage and computing power a server features, the more likely it is you'll host more websites on it, thus the website traffic you'll be able to use increases with each package. Should you need more traffic at some time, you will be able to update the package via your billing Control Panel with no more than a few mouse-clicks and the additional system resources, along with the higher traffic quota, will be added to your account. You'll also be able to monitor what amount of information has been transferred to and from your virtual server any time. To be on the safe side, we'll notify you once you reach 90% of the quota to provide you with the required time to react and decrease your website traffic or update your plan if needed. From your control panel, you will be able to see the website traffic stats for every single domain or subdomain in your VPS account.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Hosting
The Linux dedicated servers hosting packages
that we offer include enormous website traffic quotas which are enough for any type of web site, even a video streaming portal or a popular social media. Terabytes of traffic will be at your disposal every month and the management panel that comes with each and every dedicated server will give you data how much info has been transferred already and what amount is available for the current month. To avoid service disruptions, we will notify you whenever you reach 90% of your allowance and you are able to either decrease the website traffic generated by your sites by optimizing their data, or you may increase the quota for your account. It is extremely unlikely that you'll ever need such an enhancement, yet we chose to leave this option open. The statistics in that panel include the overall traffic, compared to the information from your hosting Control Panel where you can find just the traffic from web sites, but not from server-side software downloads and / or updates.