The monthly traffic characteristic, which is at times also referred to as bandwidth or data transfer, refers to the full volume of info that is uploaded to your shared hosting account and downloaded from it each month. The website traffic is produced generally by site visits - every time someone visits your web site, the web pages they see are downloaded from the web hosting server to their computer or mobile device and they're shown by the internet browser. What counts for the website traffic generated is the overall size of these webpages, thus the more visitors you get for a given period of time, the more site traffic will be generated. In addition to the website visits, file uploads will also be counted towards the total monthly transfer which means that every time you upload site content or any other files by using a file manager or an FTP application, they will also generate some website traffic. The counter resets on day one of every month and it is not related to the date you have registered or the date you have renewed your hosting plan.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting

All our Linux shared hosting are suitable for any small-scale or medium-sized web site and even a larger variety of sites. Considering that you can host a number of domains from a single account, we've designed our packages in such a way so as to provide all the attributes you will need. Whether you own an individual portfolio web site or an e-commerce site, our monthly website traffic quota that your web site can use will not be a holdback. In this way, you will have the possibility to extend your online presence and get a lot of new website visitors without having to worry about getting to some cap. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel provides you with detailed data related to the traffic usage to and from your account, which will enable you to take care of your sites as well as your account more efficiently. You will be able to view monthly, daily and hourly figures, the traffic generated by each domain and by the account as a whole, the most downloaded files, etcetera.