The monthly website traffic feature is generally known as info transfer or bandwidth as well, however all of these names apply to the very same thing - the amount of information can be transferred to and from your cloud web hosting account. The site traffic can be generated in two ways, the more apparent one being web site visits. When someone loads your web site, their Internet browser requests and downloads the web pages from your web hosting server then displays them on their end. The more site visitors you have, the more outgoing traffic is generated from your web hosting account. As this particular feature includes the whole traffic, not only the website visits, you should not forget that incoming traffic is counted as well. Which means that web site content and various other files that you upload to your account via a file manager or an FTP program are measured towards your account quota. The transfer is usually tracked on a monthly basis and the counter resets on the first day of every month irrespective of your actual date of registration.
Monthly Traffic in Cloud Web Hosting
Our Linux cloud web hosting are appropriate for any kind of small to medium-sized site and even a larger variety of sites. Considering that you can host different domains using one account, we've designed our plans in such a way so as to supply you with all of the features you will need. Whether you run a personal portfolio website or an eCommerce website, our monthly site traffic allowance that your web site can use will not be an issue. Thus, you'll have the option to expand your online presence and obtain lots of new visitors without having to worry about getting to a cap. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel will provide you with in-depth information for the traffic usage to and from your account, which will allow you to handle your websites and the account much better. You are able to check hourly, daily and monthly statistics, the website traffic generated by each domain and by the account altogether, the most downloaded files, etc.