What is "Monthly Traffic"? Just how much monthly traffic will you need for your web sites and applications?
Every time any content is uploaded to a shared web hosting account or downloaded using it, some website traffic is generated and that is an attribute that each hosting plan has. It's furthermore among the attributes you need to check out, since the amount of site traffic allowance you will need depends on what exactly you need the account for. The site traffic is mostly generated by downloads and this includes web site visits. Essentially, when somebody opens your site, the web pages are downloaded from the server on his/her computer system and they're subsequently shown by their internet browser. It is also recommendable to be aware that uploads matter too, so that whenever you back up large files from your pc to the server, some website traffic will be generated as well. Different companies may have different names for this specific feature, such as traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, yet they all refer to the exact same thing - the total amount of incoming & outgoing information produced for some period of time.
Monthly Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
All our shared web hosting were created with the notion to handle the website traffic generated by any website that can run in such an account. When you own one or a number of small-scale or medium-sized websites, you won't be limited by the monthly traffic quota no matter what content you may have - plain text or plenty of images, for instance. The stats in your hosting Control Panel will give you comprehensive info about the website traffic produced by each and every website along with the amount for your account altogether. The figures are updated live and display both the day-to-day and the monthly usage, so that you'll be aware of how much info is transferred to and from your hosting account anytime. Day one of every month the counter is reset, but you will still be able to view the web site traffic stats for the past months, which will give you an idea how your sites perform.