Here are a few tips you should know about web hosting account suspensions.
Bandwidth Limit Exceeded: This is one of those error pages we see often when browsing through the Internet. The idea is quite simple; the client has reached his/her bandwidth limit. The bandwidth scale is reset at the end of every month, so the amount of bandwidth you have is essentially for one month. What happens if you reached your limit in the first fifteen days? Your website will be suspended, and users will not be able to access your website. Most high traffic websites have this issue, as the bandwidth is used up fairly quickly. In order to lift the suspension, you can either wait till the end of the month, or you can purchase additional bandwidth. These additional bandwidth fees are sometimes more expensive than our hosting fees itself. If you notice this is happening often, consider an unlimited hosting solution.
Maximum Database Queries Reached: With shared hosting accounts, this can be a major issue. This will only occur for websites that use databases in the backend to power the website. Even though shared hosting is preferred by many people, there still are limitations. One of the limits set on a shared hosting account is the number of queries one user can exhibit in one hour. The numbers of queries are in the tens of thousands, but some websites still reach it very quickly. A good example would be the commonly used blogging platform, WordPress. WordPress uses a database to power the site, by storing all its information in tables. If you operate a site where members post their articles, you may want to think about limiting the number of submissions per hour. With no limitations, you could reach the limits fairly quickly.
CPU Usage: In a shared hosting environment, the hosting company wants all the users to be able to use the same amount of processing power, without having one person use the most. So, there are CPU usage limits set per account, which is usually around twenty percent. Some websites with hundreds of users may require way more processing power, and if your website reaches the limit, your account will be suspended. Some hosting companies will give you a chance to get it right the next time, but if it happens often, you may be asked to find another hosting company.