Every time any data is uploaded to a shared hosting account or downloaded using it, some web site traffic is produced and this is a feature that every single hosting plan includes. It is moreover among the attributes you have to take a look at, as how much site traffic allowance you will need will depend on what exactly you need the account for. The web site traffic is primarily generated by downloads which includes web site visits. Basically, every time someone visits your web site, the webpages are downloaded from the server on their computer system and they're subsequently shown by their internet browser. It's of course recommendable to know that uploads count as well, so whenever you back up bigger files from your pc to the server, some web site traffic will be generated as well. Different suppliers may have different names for this particular feature, like traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, but they all apply to the same thing - the exact amount of incoming and outgoing info generated for a particular period of time.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting

All of our Linux shared hosting are appropriate for any kind of small-scale to medium-sized site and even a larger variety of websites. Considering that you can host plenty of domains from a single account, we've designed our plans in a way so as to provide you with all attributes you'll need. Regardless if you own a personal portfolio web site or an eCommerce website, the monthly site traffic quota that your site can use won't ever be an issue. In this way, you'll have the possibility to widen your online presence and obtain a lot of new visitors without worrying about hitting some limit. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel will provide you with in-depth details about the traffic usage to and from your account, which will enable you to take care of all of your web sites as well as your account more effectively. You can check monthly, daily and hourly statistics, the traffic produced by each individual domain and by the account altogether, the most often downloaded files, etc.