Every time some data is uploaded to a shared website hosting account or downloaded using it, some website traffic is produced and this is an attribute that each hosting package includes. It is also among the characteristics you should check out, because how much site traffic quota you'll need is dependent upon what exactly you need the account for. The web site traffic is primarily produced by downloads which includes website visits. In simple terms, anytime someone opens your website, the pages are downloaded from the server to his or her computer system and they're then shown by their internet browser. It's also recommendable to know that uploads count too, so that if you duplicate large files from your computer system to the server, some traffic is generated too. Different providers can have different names for this particular feature, like traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, but they all apply to the very same thing - the total amount of incoming & outgoing info created for a given period of time.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Website Hosting

All of our Linux shared website hosting packages are perfect for any small or medium-sized website and even a larger number of sites. Considering that you can host different domain names using just a single account, we have designed our packages in a way so as to supply you with all of the features you'll need. Whether you run a personal portfolio web site or an eCommerce web site, our monthly site traffic allowance that your web site may use won't be a holdback. Thus, you will have the opportunity to extend your worldwide web presence and have a large number of new visitors without having to worry about hitting some limit. The Hepsia hosting Control Panel will give you comprehensive details related to the traffic usage to and from your account, which will allow you to manage your web sites as well as your account much better. You'll be 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 often downloaded files, etc.