Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting
All our Linux shared hosting were created with the notion to handle the traffic generated by any type of site that can function in such an account. In case you currently have one or a number of small or medium-sized web sites, you will not be limited by the monthly site traffic quota no matter what content you have - plain text and / or numerous images, for example. The statistics inside the hosting Control Panel will provide you with elaborate information about the site traffic generated by each and every site plus the amount for your account as a whole. The figures are updated live and show both the everyday and the monthly usage, thus you'll know how much information is transferred to and from your website hosting account at any moment. The very first day of each and every month the counter is reset, but you will be able to view the site traffic stats for the previous months, which will inform you on how your sites perform.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The monthly website traffic characteristic of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting is unlimited, or as various companies describe it, unmetered. In fact, we monitor the volume of uploaded and downloaded content for each account, but we won't put any restriction, so your web sites can grow and get more site visitors. We provide you with comprehensive information what's going on in the account in order to give you an opportunity to manage your sites better and to have an idea how they perform. You will be able to monitor the traffic produced by each and every site as well as the most downloaded webpage or file. The figures are monthly, daily and hourly. In a continually evolving worldwide web world, you're able to get many new site visitors with just one advertising campaign, that's why by providing a truly unlimited plan, we'll ensure that you do not lose customers just because your account cannot take care of the traffic.
Monthly Traffic in VPS
All the Linux VPS that we offer feature a monthly traffic quota proportional to the resources they come with. The more hdd space and computing power a server offers, the more probable it is you'll host more sites on it, thus the website traffic you can use raises with each plan. Should you need additional traffic at some time, you'll be able to update the package from your billing Control Panel with just a few clicks and the additional system resources, along with the greater traffic quota, will be added to your current account. You will also be to view what amount of data has been transferred to and from your virtual server any time. To be on the safe side, we will inform you when you get to 90% of your allowance in order to give you enough time to react and lower the website traffic or upgrade the package if needed. Through your control panel, you'll be able to view the site traffic stats for each individual domain or subdomain in your VPS account.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Hosting
The monthly traffic allowance that comes with our dedicated server plans is sufficient for any kind of website whatever its type. Your web applications can make terabytes of site traffic, which ensures that all of your site visitors will never see any sort of error message on your web site a consequence of not sufficient quota the way it could happen with various other kinds of web hosting. We also leave the possibility to upgrade the traffic amount open, but it's highly unlikely that you will ever need it even if you want to run a file sharing website or a video streaming portal. The server management Control Panel provides you with accurate live info how much data has been transmitted for the month so far, and what amount of it is left until you reach the limit. We will also inform you when you get to 90% of the quota just to be on the safe side and prevent any downtime of your web sites. The information in the panel includes the entire traffic, including software downloads, thus it's more precise than the one in your web hosting Control Panel where you will be able to see details only about the visitors generated by world wide web content.