Find out what web hosting providers mean whenever they say ‘monthly traffic quotas’.
The monthly web site traffic characteristic is sometimes identified as info transfer or bandwidth as well, yet all of the aforementioned terms apply to the same thing - the amount of info can be transferred to and from your website hosting account. The website traffic can be produced in two ways, the more obvious one being website visits. When someone goes to your web site, their browser requests and downloads the web pages from the web hosting server then displays them on their end. The more site visitors you have, the more outbound traffic is generated from your hosting account. Due to the fact that this particular characteristic includes the total traffic, not just the website visits, you should not forget that inward traffic is counted too. Which means that website content and other files that you upload to the account using a file manager or an FTP software are measured towards your account allowance. Your transfer is usually tracked monthly and the counter resets on the very first day of every month irrespective of your actual registration date.
Monthly Traffic in Website Hosting
All our Linux website hosting are designed with the concept to handle the traffic generated by any site that can run in such an account. If you have one or a couple of small-scale or medium-sized sites, you'll not be limited by the monthly traffic allowance regardless of what content you have - plain text or a great number of images, for example. The statistics inside the hosting Control Panel gives you in-depth data about the website traffic produced by each and every website and the total amount for the account as a whole. The figures are updated live and display both the day-to-day and the monthly usage, so you will know how much data is transferred to and from the website hosting account anytime. Day one of every month your counter is reset, but you will be able to see the website traffic statistics for the past months, that will inform you on how your websites perform.