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On Tue Oct 30 2018 at 10:40 AM, Jesica said:

I just want to know Getting too much direct traffic is potential or not for a website health, please share your view ?

Getting loads of traffic is generally great, as that usually means more revenue. The problem is that you are already saying " too much " wich basically implies that your server is saturated ( wich means more, and greater down times ), and that you are no longer able to control what happens on your site ( assuming it has a forum, or a comment section you need to moderate ).

All of this translates into lower quality, wich in the long run will probably result in lower traffic.

So yeah, if you cant control it, its definitely bad unless you do something to " upgrade " the experience and take back control of your site.

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58 minutes ago, mike said:

Getting loads of traffic is generally great, as that usually means more revenue. The problem is that you are already saying " too much " wich basically implies that your server is saturated ( wich means more, and greater down times ), and that you are no longer able to control what happens on your site ( assuming it has a forum, or a comment section you need to moderate ).

All of this translates into lower quality, wich in the long run will probably result in lower traffic.

So yeah, if you cant control it, its definitely bad unless you do something to " upgrade " the experience and take back control of your site.

iFastNet free hosting accounts and MOFH accounts all have a "Daily Hits" limit, which, limits the amount of unique visitors to (approximately) 50,000. I'm not sure how one specific site could be degraded in performance by traffic using shared hosting. Perhaps it's a bloated script that takes up tons of space, like WP?

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1 hour ago, Logan L Johnson said:

iFastNet free hosting accounts and MOFH accounts all have a "Daily Hits" limit, which, limits the amount of unique visitors to (approximately) 50,000. I'm not sure how one specific site could be degraded in performance by traffic using shared hosting. Perhaps it's a bloated script that takes up tons of space, like WP?

Theres always a limit to the computational power a account/website is allowed to use, either by the account type, or by the current hardware of the server ( if you use a dedicated server for example ).

If you get way too many visits, the problems will start either by the limitations mentioned above, or by the capability of apache, nginx, apache tomcat.... Or whatever you use to handle the X amount of concurrent connections you recieve.

A site itself wont be degraded, but its performance will.

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