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    Is there a way to figure out the monthly bandwidth usage of some website?

    Please let me know how I can find out. Thanks.

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    You're going to have to be a little more specific.
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    I want to know someone else's site's monthly bandwidth. here is the site http://www.turbosquid.com

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    You can get a general idea of how much traffic they get from cubestat.com, then use that to estimate the monthly bandwidth. It will be far from exact though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samb0057 View Post
    You can get a general idea of how much traffic they get from cubestat.com, then use that to estimate the monthly bandwidth. It will be far from exact though.
    Thanks buddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by choochan View Post
    I want to know someone else's site's monthly bandwidth. here is the site http://www.turbosquid.com
    Why do you want to know how much bandwidth someone elses website is using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FernGullyGraphics View Post
    Why do you want to know how much bandwidth someone elses website is using?
    my website will be like them and I was wondering what kind of hosting I should prepare when I grow as much as they are now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by choochan View Post
    my website will be like them and I was wondering what kind of hosting I should prepare when I grow as much as they are now.
    I see, well the website does look a little content heavy, with a large amount of functions. Unfortunately there is no real way for you to know exactly how much bandwidth a website like that is using. Your best bet will be to set-up the website and monitor the bandwidth your-self. Since the website is going to be brand new, you shouldn't have to worry about your site getting to big to fast (at least not while you are testing out the bandwidth usage).
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    Quote Originally Posted by FernGullyGraphics View Post
    I see, well the website does look a little content heavy, with a large amount of functions. Unfortunately there is no real way for you to know exactly how much bandwidth a website like that is using. Your best bet will be to set-up the website and monitor the bandwidth your-self. Since the website is going to be brand new, you shouldn't have to worry about your site getting to big to fast (at least not while you are testing out the bandwidth usage).
    Thank you for your answer. But I am curious how much they are spending a month for hosting itself. Do you have any clue? I will appreciate even if you approximate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by choochan View Post
    Thank you for your answer. But I am curious how much they are spending a month for hosting itself. Do you have any clue? I will appreciate even if you approximate.
    Who knows, it looks like a high traffic website, which consists of lots of downloading/uploading of large files. I'm going to say probably thousands per month?
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    If you're just starting out you're not going to hit anywhere near the bandwidth they use so I don't think estimating their bandwidth will help you much.
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