The monthly site traffic function is generally identified as data transfer or bandwidth as well, however all these terms refer to the same thing - what amount of content can be transferred to and from a web hosting account. The site traffic can be produced in two ways, the more apparent one being site visits. If someone opens your website, their browser requests and downloads the web pages from your website hosting server and then displays them on their end. The more visitors you have, the more outbound traffic is generated from your website hosting account. Since this particular feature includes the overall web site traffic, not just the website visits, you should not forget that inward traffic is measured as well. This means web site content along with other files that you upload to your account through a file manager or an FTP program are counted towards your account allowance. The transfer is typically checked every month and the counter resets on the very first day of each and every month irrespective of your actual signup date.

Monthly Traffic in Web Hosting

Our web hosting were designed with the notion to take care of the traffic made by any web site that can exist in such an account. If you currently have one or several small-scale or medium-sized sites, you'll not be limited by the monthly site traffic allowance irrespective of what content you may have - plain text and / or plenty of images, for example. The statistics in your hosting Control Panel will give you in-depth details about the website traffic generated by each and every website plus the amount for the account in general. The stats are updated in real time and display both the daily and the monthly usage, so that you'll be aware of how much data is transferred to and from the website hosting account anytime. Day one of each and every month the counter is reset, but you will still be able to see the web site traffic statistics for the past months, which will give you an idea how your sites perform.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers

Considering the fact that our semi-dedicated servers are really efficient, we've made the decision not to set any kind of limit for the monthly web site traffic that an account can produce. It is our understanding that if you buy a website hosting package that comes with a lot of processing power, your sites will probably have plenty of visitors and since each visitor generates some traffic, one may end up having unavailable web sites if there is a cap for this particular feature. With truly unlimited site traffic, you can be sure this will never happen. For your benefit, you can keep track of the info being downloaded as well as the website traffic that is generated for each domain with hourly, daily and monthly statistics that will give you an idea how popular your websites are. You can even view particular webpages and files which have produced most of the traffic in the semi-dedicated account.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers

The monthly website traffic allowance that is provided with our dedicated server packages will suit any type of website irrespective of its type. Your web applications can make terabytes of site traffic, which warrants that all of your site visitors will never see any kind of error message on your site resulting from limited allowance the way it could happen with other forms of website hosting. We also leave the option to upgrade the site traffic amount open, however it's highly unlikely that you will ever need it even if you want to manage a file sharing web site or a video streaming portal. The server management Control Panel provides accurate live information how much data has been transmitted for the month to date, and what amount of it is left until you reach the limit. We will also contact you when you reach 90% of the allowance in order to be on the safe side and prevent any downtime of your web sites. The information in our panel includes the overall traffic, including software downloads, so it is more precise than the one in your web hosting Control Panel where you are able to view details only about the visitors generated by world wide web content.