One of the most common concerns people have when deciding to host a web site is figuring out how much bandwidth they’ll need.
If you get too little bandwidth you might be hit with overage fees or have your web site shut off altogether. Get too much and you’re paying for bandwidth that you don’t really need. So how do you know how much bandwidth to get when selecting a plan?
Easy. A simple multiplication formula which uses size of your website, number of pages your website has and number of visitors your expect for your website in a day will derive the monthly bandwidth required for the website.
So for example: You have 4 pages on your site and your page size is around 40KB. Suppose you expect about 60 visitors a day with each visitor viewing each page; the bandwidth of your website per day should be:
40KB x 60 visitors x 4 pages=9600 KB