How much traffic is 1000 MB Bandwidth?

by AndrewStark 3 replies

I'm launching a new site shortly and it's set 1000 MB bandwidth.

How much traffic would break this? Are we talking thousands of hits, or tens of thousands?

I do have salesvideo's, but they're hosted separately with AmazonS3 - the last think I want to do is to be left with egg on my face for a site that doesn't work.
#main internet marketing discussion forum #bandwidth #traffic
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  • Profile picture of the author SeanSupplee
    It all depends on what you have on your site to load images etc. But a normal web site without anything super flashy such as video would be around 2,000 - 4,000 visitors.
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  • Profile picture of the author Quentin
    It will all depend on the size of your page, how many graphics etc.

    Each graphic is a hit and any other text or item is worth a certain amount of bandwidth.

    Just save your page into a folder and look at the properties for the folder and then divide it into 1000mb. That will tell you how many visitors.

    1 bit = 1024 kbs
    1024 kbs = 1 mb
    1024 mbs = 1 gb

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  • Profile picture of the author AndrewStark
    Cool, I've upped it to the maximum 9.77 GB so it should cope easily with the few thousand hits I'm expecting, and I'll contact my host to make sure I can get more if I notice my affiliates are getting too good at driving traffic.
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