What do hosting providers imply by saying ?monthly traffic??
The monthly traffic feature, that’s at times also called bandwidth or information transfer, identifies the full volume of info that is uploaded to your cloud hosting account and downloaded from it monthly. The website traffic is generated mainly by site visits - when someone finds your site, the pages they see are downloaded from the website hosting server to his or her machine or mobile device and they are displayed by the browser. What counts for the site traffic generated is the overall size of these pages, so the more site visitors you get for a given period of time, the more site traffic will be produced. Along with the site visits, file uploads will also be counted towards the entire monthly transfer i.e. every time you upload website content or some other files through a file manager or an FTP software, they will also generate some traffic. The counter resets on the first day of each and every month and it is not related to the date you've subscribed and the date you've renewed the hosting plan.
Monthly Traffic in Cloud Hosting
Our Linux cloud packages are ideal for any kind of small or medium-sized website or even a larger number of sites. Considering that you can host a range of domain names from just a single account, we've designed our plans in such a way so as to supply you with all the options you will need. Whether you own a private portfolio website or an e-commerce site, the monthly traffic allowance that your web site can use will not be a holdback. In this way, you'll have the option to broaden your online presence and acquire plenty of new website visitors without worrying about reaching some limit. The Hepsia hosting Control Panel will provide you with detailed data for the traffic usage to and from your account, which will enable you to manage all your sites as well as your account better. You are able to view monthly, daily and hourly stats, the site traffic produced by each individual domain and by the account as a whole, the most downloaded files, etcetera.