Learn what hosting providers really mean whenever they say ‘monthly traffic quotas’.
Whenever any info is uploaded to a cloud web hosting account or downloaded from it, some traffic is produced which is a feature that each and every hosting plan includes. It is furthermore among the attributes you have to take a look at, because the amount of traffic allowance you'll need is dependent upon what exactly you need the account for. The website traffic is primarily generated by downloads which includes site visits. Basically, anytime someone opens your website, the webpages are downloaded from the server on their computer system and they are then displayed by their web browser. It's also recommendable to be aware that uploads matter too, which means that when you copy large files from your pc to the server, some site traffic is generated too. Different companies can have different names for this feature, such as traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, still they all apply to the same thing - the total amount of incoming and outgoing info created for some period of time.
Monthly Traffic in Cloud Web Hosting
All our Linux cloud web hosting were designed with the idea to take care of the website traffic produced by any kind of web site that can run in such an account. When you own one or a couple of small-scale or medium-sized websites, you will not be limited by the monthly site traffic allowance regardless of what content you have - plain text or a great number of images, for example. The stats inside your hosting Control Panel provides you with detailed details about the traffic produced by each and every site and the total amount for your account in general. The stats are updated in real time and indicate both the everyday and the monthly usage, so you'll be aware of how much data is transferred to and from your web hosting account at any moment. The first day of each and every month your counter is reset, but you'll be able to see the website traffic stats for the past months, that will give you an idea how your sites perform.