Anytime some content is uploaded to a shared web hosting account or downloaded from it, some web site traffic is generated which is a component that each hosting package has. It is moreover among the features you have to take a look at, because what amount of website traffic allowance you'll need is based on the things you need the account for. The site traffic is primarily generated by downloads and this includes website visits. Essentially, when somebody visits your website, the pages are downloaded from the server to his or her computer and they are subsequently shown by their web browser. It is of course important to know that uploads count as well, so that any time you back up bigger files from your laptop or computer to the server, some web site traffic is generated as well. Different suppliers often have different names for this specific feature, for example traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, but all of them apply to the very same thing - the exact amount of incoming and outgoing info generated for a period of time.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Web Hosting

All of our Linux shared web hosting are appropriate for any type of small to medium-sized website or even a larger number of websites. Considering that you can host a number of domains using one account, we have designed the plans in such a way so as to provide you with all of the functions you'll need. Whether you run an individual portfolio web site or an electronic commerce web site, our monthly site traffic quota that your website can use won't be a problem. In this way, you'll have the possibility to broaden your online presence and have numerous new visitors without worrying about getting to some cap. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel offers you detailed information about the traffic usage to and from your account, that will enable you to handle your web sites as well as your account more efficiently. You'll be able to check hourly, daily and monthly statistics, the website traffic generated by each individual domain and by the account as a whole, the most downloaded files, etc.