The monthly website traffic feature is usually referred to as information transfer or bandwidth as well, still all these names refer to the same thing - what amount of info can be transferred to and from your cloud hosting account. The site traffic can be produced in two ways, the more noticeable one being website visits. When somebody goes to your website, their Internet browser requests and downloads the pages from your web hosting server then displays them on their end. The more site visitors you have, the more outgoing traffic is produced from your hosting account. Because this particular feature includes the whole website traffic, not just your website visits, you should not forget that incoming traffic is measured as well. Which means that site content as well as other files that you upload to the account via a file manager or an FTP software are counted towards the account quota. Your transfer is typically tracked on a monthly basis and the counter resets on the very first day of every month regardless of your actual date of signup.
Monthly Traffic in Cloud Hosting
All of our Linux cloud hosting are appropriate for any type of small or medium-sized website and even a larger number of websites. Considering that you can host plenty of domain names using just a single account, we have designed the packages in such a way so as to supply all functions you may need. Regardless if you run a personal portfolio website or an electronic commerce web site, our monthly traffic quota that your web site may use will not be a setback. In this way, you will have the opportunity to extend your web presence and obtain numerous new site visitors without having to worry about hitting some limit. The Hepsia hosting Control Panel provides you with comprehensive details for the traffic usage to and from your account, which will allow you to manage all your sites and the account more efficiently. You can check hourly, daily and monthly stats, the traffic produced by each domain and by the account as a whole, the most often downloaded files, etc.