The monthly traffic feature, which is at times also identified as bandwidth or info transfer, refers to the full amount of data that can be uploaded to your cloud web hosting account and downloaded from it each month. Your traffic is produced generally by website visits - each time somebody comes across your website, the webpages they see are downloaded from your web hosting server to his or her machine or mobile device and they are displayed by the browser. What counts towards the site traffic produced is the overall size of these webpages, therefore the more visitors you get for a given period of time, the more web site traffic will be produced. In addition to the website visits, file uploads are also counted towards the entire monthly transfer which means that if you upload web site content or some other files with a file manager or an FTP software, they will also generate some website traffic. The counter resets on the first day of each and every month and it is not related to the date you have subscribed or the date you have renewed your website hosting package.

Monthly Traffic in Cloud Web Hosting

All of our cloud web hosting are appropriate for any type of small or medium-sized web site and even a larger number of web sites. Considering that you can host various domains using one account, we've designed our packages in such a way so as to provide you with all of the options you may need. Regardless if you own a personal portfolio website or an e-commerce website, the monthly website traffic quota that your site can use will never be a problem. Thus, you'll have the chance to expand your online presence and get plenty of new website visitors without worrying about getting to a cap. The Hepsia hosting Control Panel gives you elaborate information about the traffic usage to and from your account, that will enable you to control all of your sites and your account more efficiently. You can view monthly, daily and hourly statistics, the site traffic generated by each domain and by the account altogether, the most often downloaded files, etc.