How many visits I can send per day with InMillion App (IMA)?
Short answer: 2K to 100K
I know this’s not the answer you love to hear because it’s already not an answer but you're the only one who should answer this question and you'll know the answer once you read this article, keep reading please.
IMA uses a real Chrome browser to send the traffic or clicks. Everything happening or executed when you open your real Chrome browser, it executed exactly by IMA.
For each visit, it opens a separated Chrome browser and executes the events
Each visit will consume some resources of CPU and RAM (exactly like your own Chrome) which means that the total of visits per hour depends in the first place on the available resources of your PC, and also on the page size itself.
As just an example: sending a visit to Amazon.com could consume 5 times more resources than sending to Wikipedia.org, because Amazon has a lot of images to load and scripts to run whereas Wikipedia has only texts
So the answer of "how many visits?" is very difficult to answer, because it very much depends on the page size and your PC specs, and also on many other factors like: connection speed, with or without proxy, how many jobs are opened at the same time …etc.
How to control the total of visits?
The total visits per day is controlled by the Delay value, for example:
Delay = 20s will send 3 visits per minute => 4,320 per day
Delay = 10s => 6 per minute => 8,640 per day
Delay = 5s => 12 per minute => 17,280 per day and so on.
You can also run more than one instance (as much as you want), for example:
Running 3 instances at the same time (with Delay value = 5s) will send 51,840 visits per day (17,280 x 3) or 1,550,200 per month.
Is your computer able to load this big number of jobs? You’re the only one who knows more about its capability, the pages size you’ll send to and other factors..
Please note: The more visits per hour, the more resources will be consumed
The rest of this article is applied only on Web Traffic Generator:
WT app is oriented to improve the quality, not quantity, especially when using the high quality options: Scroll, Clicks and Bounce Rate.
The quantity could be important for your website but what makes the difference is the visit's quality, however:
Some users could be interested to increase the number of impressions per hour, in this case disable the high quality options: Scroll, Clicks and Bounce Rate, this will reduce the usage of resources so you can increase the total visits per hour.
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