Definitions for "Traffic"
Keywords:  visitor, website, hit, visit, surfers
Traffic is basically the commodity of people! When adult webmasters say that their site has lots of 'traffic', they really mean that they have lots of people coming to visit it. An adult webmaster has to learn how to get traffic to their site, and to pass it on to a sponsor (or some other place where that traffic can make them money). Traffic is the life-blood of any adult website. You could have the world's BEST porn site, but without traffic, it will not be successful.
Traffic refers to the visitors a web page or web site receives. It can also refer to the number of hits or visitors over a given period of time.
A term used to describe the amount of data transferred and the number of visits made to a web site in a given period. The (expected) level of traffic is what determines which infrastructure you require for your web store. It is also what determines how much you have to pay to your ISP.
Movement of data packets on a network. Also see Network Packet
Activity on a network or an individual circuit.
A term used to describe the flow of data across a network.
Keywords:  erlangs, centum, ccss, sent, ccs
Messages sent and received over a communications channel. Quantitative measurement of the total messages and their length, expressed in hundred call seconds (CCS) or other units.
All transmitted and received messages.
a measure of the demand or use of facilities, circuits, or trunks. Measured by converting seconds and minutes into CCSs (Centum Call Seconds) and Erlangs (hours of use per hour).
Keywords:  fro, therefrom, treads, carpet, wear
The passing to and fro of persons with special reference to carpet wear resulting therefrom. Traffic is measured in treads.
The passing to and fro over a given surface area with special reference to carpet wear resulting there from.
the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time
Any vehicles, persons, or animals travelling on a road.
Traffic is the movement of motorized vehicles, unmotorized vehicles and pedestrians on roads. Traffic laws are the laws which govern traffic and regulate vehicles, while rules of the road are both the laws and the informal rules that may have developed over time to facilitate the orderly and timely flow of traffic.
Keywords:  barter, commodity, trade, commerce, buy
To pass goods and commodities from one person to another for an equivalent in goods or money; to buy or sell goods; to barter; to trade.
Commerce, either by barter or by buying and selling; interchange of goods and commodities; trade.
Commodities of the market.
Traffic was a rock band from Birmingham, England, formed in early 1967 by Steve Winwood with Jim Capaldi, Chris Wood and Dave Mason.
Traffic was the eponymous rock album by the band Traffic, ranging in style from psychedelic rock to acid jazz. It was their second release, in February 1968.
Traffic is the fifth single from rock band the Stereophonics taken from the debut album Word Gets Around. It was released in October 1997. It reached #20.
The quantity of data transferred.
All data that is being transmitted over a network. In context of web hosting it is all the data that you hosting account has transmitted - files, email messages, etc
Amount of data coming out/ going in to the web server. Traffic is made up of downloaded web pages and other documents accessed by browsing public and is commonly limited by the hosting provider. top of the page
The business done upon a railway, steamboat line, etc., with reference to the number of passengers or the amount of freight carried.
The movement of goods, passengers or vehicles through an area or along a route.
The number of passengers, quantity of cargo etc. carried over a certain route.
To trade meanly or mercenarily; to bargain.
To exchange in traffic; to effect by a bargain or for a consideration.
Keywords:  highway, buses, vans, cars, trucks
Because networks and the Internet are often referred to as "the Information Highway", traffic is simply data crossing a network. Traffic can refer to any data from a electronic financial transaction to an e-mail. All data are just cars traveling on the information highway although sometimes they can be more like a bus or a wide-load semi.
the movement of cars, vans, buses, and trucks on streets and highways
Keywords:  bellyache, major
a major bellyache
Bodies congregating in front of the goal, often shielding the goalie's view of the puck.
the amount of data sent out from your account; for instance, a 15KB page that is viewed 10 times in one day uses 150 KB traffic for that day
Traffic refers to the amount of information exchanged between your computer and the internet. It typically includes both uploads and downloads
the amount of activity over a communication system during a given period of time; "heavy traffic overloaded the trunk lines"; "traffic on the internet is lightest during the night"
The amount of information being passed around the Internet.
Any rooftop activity that can potentially damage the roof surface.
A term used to describe how much activity there is on either a listserv or a newsgroup.
A department or function charged with the responsibility of arranging the most economic classification and method of shipment for both incoming and outgoing materials and products.
The person or department within an advertising agency responsible for the progress of creative through all stages of production and shipment of material to the media.
The total number of users requesting access at any one time. Higher traffic usually means slower responses from servers as more demands are put upon them.
In retailing: The number of people moving through a retail store or department. In warehousing: The number of product turns.
Number of calls made or received per hour, day, or month on a single line or trunk of a telephone system.
buying and selling; especially illicit trade
Keywords:  aerosol, source, large
a large aerosol source
Keywords:  sight, cool
a cool sight
Traffic (Broadcasting) is the scheduling of program material, and in particular the advertisements, for the broadcast day. In a commercial radio station there is a vital link between sales (of advertisement or commercial space) and the traffic in keeping the information about commercial time availability.
social or verbal interchange (usually followed by `with')
Keywords:  illegally, deal, drugs
deal illegally; "traffic drugs"
Keywords:  tag, title
Keywords:  phrases, engine, search, users
Users that search for phrases on a search engine.
Keywords:  clear, animal, passing, object, opening
Person, animal or object passing through a clear opening.
persons and property carried by transportation lines.
The load on a communications device or system.