I need a rough guess on what 10gh bandwidth amounts to in terms of visits

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how many visits is 10gb worth? suppose we're talking about a small site with html files, and some images. no videos or big files hosted here.

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seriously over a million? a decent image would take about say 14k to 17k.
 

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Well 10GB would allow you to sesrve up 631612837.65 images at that (17kb) size. Divide it by 100 for example, say your page is 170KB, that's still 6316128.38.

(10GB == 10240MB == 10737418240KB)
 

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(10GB == 10240MB == 10737418240KB)
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10BG == 10240MB == 10485760KB == 10737418240 Bytes

My site is about 140KB bytes total, with all the JavaScript and images

http://wordpress.org/ = 78KB
http://en.blog.wordpress.com/ = 192KB
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/ = 2400KB
http://www.fox.com/ = 1170KB

now these are all rough, and don't represent well, but i'm gonna use them to average anyways. Average webpage is 750KB

now heres a difference
10gb or 10GB
10gb = 1.25 GB = 1310720 KB / 750 = 1747 pagehits
10GB = 10485760 KB / 750 = 13976 pagehits

This assumes the client redownloads everything every time it loads a page, which usually isn't the case. So lets say each page is 25kb in size, and there are 40kb worth of new images on each page.
1310720 / 65 = 20165
10485760 / 65 = 161319

Now assuming there are no new images(like a blog)
1310720 / 25 = 52428
10485760 / 25 = 419430

So anywhere between 1,700 hits and 400,000 hits.
every kb counts
 
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wrong.
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10BG == 10240MB == 10485760KB == 10737418240 Bytes

My site is about 140KB bytes total, with all the JavaScript and images

http://wordpress.org/ = 78KB
http://en.blog.wordpress.com/ = 192KB
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/ = 2400KB
http://www.fox.com/ = 1170KB

now these are all rough, and don't represent well, but i'm gonna use them to average anyways. Average webpage is 750KB

now heres a difference
10gb or 10GB
10gb = 1.25 GB = 1310720 KB / 750 = 1747 pagehits
10GB = 10485760 KB / 750 = 13976 pagehits

This assumes the client redownloads everything every time it loads a page, which usually isn't the case. So lets say each page is 25kb in size, and there are 40kb worth of new images on each page.
1310720 / 65 = 20165
10485760 / 65 = 161319

Now assuming there are no new images(like a blog)
1310720 / 25 = 52428
10485760 / 25 = 419430

So anywhere between 1,700 hits and 400,000 hits.
every kb counts

Nice Calculation masshuu. :)
 
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