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Sunday, October 11, 2015

2. Bandwidth

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2. Bandwidth
What is it anyway? Bandwidth is a measure of the amount of information (data) can be transferred from your web site and is calculated over a defined period of time, usually a month. Whenever anyone asks of content on your site (pages or images) from their Web browser, this counts as the use of bandwidth. Sites that have large pages or large images that have not been properly optimized will exhaust the bandwidth resources much faster than websites that optimize and control page and file image sizes with heavy traffic. Before you upload your website, optimize your content and images to get more bandwidth value for your dollar. Research how much traffic you anticipate having initially. For example, will you launch your marketing campaigns immediately after your site launches or will you wait a few months?
If you created a following for a new product whose launch is expected, then it may be wise to choose a larger plan to prepare before the next traffic demands.

Be sure to check with the host about bandwidth limitations. Some providers will just charge you a surplus, while others will automatically suspend your account (meaning that nobody can see your content) until the next billing cycle when your bandwidth is renewed. It would be devastating to try to pull up your website only to find it has disappeared due to over-consumption of bandwidth.
 

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