Whenever some information is uploaded to a cloud website hosting account or downloaded using it, some website traffic is generated which is a characteristic that each and every hosting package includes. It is also one of the characteristics you should take a look at, as what amount of traffic allowance you'll need is based on the things you need the account for. The site traffic is primarily generated by downloads which includes web site visits. Basically, anytime somebody visits your web site, the webpages are downloaded from the server to his or her computer system and they are afterwards shown by their internet browser. It is of course recommendable to know that uploads matter as well, so that if you transfer larger files from your computer to the server, some web site traffic is generated as well. Different companies sometimes have different names for this feature, like traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, but all of them apply to the exact same thing - the exact amount of incoming & outgoing data created for a period of time.
Monthly Traffic in Cloud Website Hosting
All of our Linux cloud website hosting are appropriate for any small-scale to medium-sized web site and even a larger variety of websites. Considering that you can host various domains in just a single account, we've designed the packages in such a way so as to provide all features you will need. Whether you have a personal portfolio website or an electronic commerce site, the monthly site traffic allowance that your web site may use won't be a holdback. Thus, you will have the chance to broaden your worldwide web presence and obtain a large number of new website visitors without worrying about reaching some limit. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel provides you with comprehensive information for the traffic usage to and from your account, that will enable you to take care of all your sites and your account much better. You are able to view monthly, daily and hourly stats, the traffic generated by each domain and by the account as a whole, the most downloaded files, etc.