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HI All,

I am new to the forum so I don't know if I am posting in the right category, it's actually my 3rd post... But, I wanted to ask a question.

Does anyone knows how much 10 gigs of bandwidth is equal to the
amount of visitors? Like let's say can 10 gigs handle 100,000 visitors
in a week or month?

If you know, please reply and let me know:cheesy:

Thanks,
Terrance.

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That really depends on what you're serving. If you have pages that average 10k in source and, say, 30k in images (40k total), 10 gigs would give you about 250,000 visits. Rough numbers I just popped out of my head though ;)

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That really depends on what you're serving. If you have pages that average 10k in source and, say, 30k in images (40k total), 10 gigs would give you about 250,000 visits. Rough numbers I just popped out of my head though ;)

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Thanks alot for the feedback, I really appreciate that. I was kind
of thinking those same numbers too, my total page size is about
25k-30k total because it's a sales letter so it's not too much of
bandwidth using resources, but that's a heck of a good number
for 10 gigs...

Thanks,
Terrance.

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