The monthly traffic feature, that is at times also referred to as bandwidth or info transfer, identifies the overall amount of information that can be uploaded to your website hosting account and downloaded from it every month. Your website traffic is generated primarily by website visits - whenever somebody visits your site, the webpages they see are downloaded from the web hosting server to their computer system or smartphone and they're displayed by the browser. What counts towards the web site traffic generated is the overall size of these pages, thus the more visitors you have for some period of time, the more website traffic will be produced. Along with the site visits, file uploads will also be counted towards the entire monthly transfer this means that any time you upload website content or some other files by using a file manager or an FTP software, they'll also produce some website traffic. The counter resets on day one of every month and it's not related to the date you have subscribed or the date you have renewed the web hosting plan.

Monthly Traffic in Website Hosting

All our Linux website hosting packages were created with the concept to take care of the traffic made by any website that can function in such an account. In case you own one or a number of small or medium-sized sites, you won't be limited by the monthly traffic quota no matter what content you may have - plain text or a lot of images, for example. The statistics inside your hosting Control Panel provides you with detailed information about the site traffic produced by each and every site as well as the total amount for your account as a whole. The numbers are updated live and indicate both the everyday and the monthly usage, thus you will know how much data is transferred to and from the website hosting account at any time. Day one of every month the counter is reset, but you'll still be able to see the traffic statistics for the past months, which will inform you on how your sites perform.

Monthly Traffic in VPS Hosting

The Linux VPS hosting packages that we provide feature a monthly traffic quota proportional to the system resources they come with. The more disk space and computing power a server features, the more likely it is you'll host more websites on it, consequently the traffic you can use will increase with every single package. Should you need more traffic at some time, you can upgrade the package via your billing Control Panel with no more than a couple of clicks and the extra resources, including the upgraded traffic allowance, will be added to your account. You will also be to check what amount of info has been transferred to and from your virtual server any time. To be on the safe side, we will update you as early as you get to 90% of the quota so as to give you the required time to take action and reduce your website traffic or upgrade the package if required. Via your control panel, you'll be able to see the website traffic stats for every single domain or subdomain in your VPS account.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Web Hosting

Taking into consideration how powerful our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages are, the data transfer that you will receive every single month will be enough for any kind of site regardless of the amount of its visitors, even if you provide image or file hosting. You'll have a quota of terabytes of website traffic every month and because you won't share the server with anyone else, that quota will be available just for your sites and web applications. We'll notify you when you get to 90% of your quota therefore you will be able to react and either optimize your websites to lessen the site traffic they generate, or extend your limit. It's extremely unlikely that you may ever need more than what we'll provide, yet we will not stop the growth of your sites, so we leave the chance to add extra website traffic open. The dedicated server plans come with a management panel where you will be able to see how much website traffic has been produced so far for the present month and the amount that is left until you get to the cap. Considering the fact that these figures include software installations as well as any updates, they're more accurate compared to any hosting Control Panel stats which include only the website traffic generated by websites.