The monthly website traffic feature is sometimes referred to as information transfer or bandwidth as well, however all of the abovementioned names refer to the same thing - how much data can be transferred to and from your shared hosting account. The site traffic can be produced in two ways, the more apparent one being site visits. If someone visits your web site, their web browser requests and downloads the webpages from the web hosting server and then shows them on their end. The more website visitors you have, the more outbound traffic is produced from your hosting account. Considering that this particular feature includes the entire web site traffic, not just the site visits, you should not forget that inward traffic is counted too. Which means that site content and various other files that you upload to your account using a file manager or an FTP program are counted towards the account allowance. Your transfer is typically tracked monthly and the counter resets on the very first day of each and every month regardless of your actual signup date.

Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting

Our shared hosting are perfect for any kind of small-scale or medium-sized website and even a larger variety of web sites. Considering that you can host a couple of domain names from a single account, we've designed our plans in a way so as to provide you with all the attributes you may need. Regardless if you own an individual portfolio web site or an eCommerce website, the monthly website traffic quota that your website can use won't be a setback. Thus, you will have the option to extend your online presence and obtain plenty of new site visitors without worrying about reaching a cap. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel provides you with elaborate data for the traffic usage to and from your account, which will allow you to control your sites as well as the account more efficiently. You will be able to view monthly, daily and hourly stats, the traffic produced by each individual domain and by the account altogether, the most downloaded files, etcetera.