The monthly traffic characteristic, which is sometimes also referred to as bandwidth or information transfer, indicates the full amount of data which is uploaded to your cloud web hosting account and downloaded from it monthly. The traffic is produced predominantly by site visits - every time somebody goes to your web site, the web pages they view are downloaded from the hosting server to their machine or smartphone and they're displayed by the browser. What counts for the site traffic produced is the size of these webpages, hence the more visitors you get for some period of time, the more site traffic will be produced. In addition to the website visits, file uploads will also be counted towards the entire monthly transfer this means that if you upload website content or some other files using a file manager or an FTP software, they will also generate some website traffic. The counter resets on the very first day of each and every month and it is not related to the date you've registered as well as the date you've renewed the web hosting package.

Monthly Traffic in Cloud Web Hosting

All of our Linux cloud web hosting were designed with the concept to take care of the site traffic made by any type of site that can run in such an account. If you have one or a number of small or medium-sized sites, you will not be limited by the monthly traffic quota whatever the content you may have - plain text or perhaps numerous images, for example. The statistics in the hosting Control Panel will give you comprehensive information about the site traffic generated by each and every web site as well as the amount for your account in general. The statistics are updated live and indicate both the daily and the monthly usage, so you'll be aware of how much info is transferred to and from your website hosting account at any moment. The first day of every month your counter is reset, but you'll be able to see the web site traffic stats for the previous months, that will inform you on how your web sites perform.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting

All of our semi-dedicated server packages are intended to host a number of resource-hungry websites since they feature a great deal of processing power. Such sites often generate a lot of web site traffic and for this reason we have made the decision not to restrict this characteristic. When you have a semi-dedicated server, you'll be able to have as many visitors as you can get without having to worry that you may hit a limit for the website traffic they can generate. To save you time, you can keep track of what's going on in your account because we'll supply you with hourly, daily and monthly stats for the website traffic your web sites generate. Which means that, you will be aware of the way they perform at any time. You'll even be able to see which web page or file has produced most of the traffic for each and every site hosted in your semi-dedicated server account.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Web Hosting

The monthly site traffic allowance that comes with our dedicated server plans is sufficient for any type of site regardless of its type. Your web apps can produce terabytes of traffic, which ensures that your website visitors will never notice any kind of error message on your website as a result of not sufficient quota like it may happen with other types of website hosting. We also leave the possibility to upgrade the traffic amount open, yet it's highly unlikely that you'll ever need it even if you want to host a file sharing web site or a video streaming portal. The server management Control Panel provides you with correct real-time info how much data has been transferred for the month so far, and how much is left until you reach the restriction. We'll also let you know you any time you reach 90% of the allowance just to be on the safe side and prevent any downtime of your websites. The information in this panel contains the entire traffic, including software downloads, thus it's more accurate than the one in your website hosting Control Panel where you will be able to see details only about the traffic generated by world wide web content.