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Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by siv555, May 11, 2011.

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  1. reallife

    reallife Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I also agree on Cyberwurx, I've have actually had a small virtual account with them since 1999 (when they ran a promo with the old Condom Project, which eventually became Netpond).
    I've had another small virtual account with AmeriNOC for the last 18 months or so, also have nothing but good things to say about them.
    Two very good options.

    (Most of my stuff is on dedicated servers at Mojohost, but they're not an option for you since they only do dedicated. )
     
  2. Abe Green

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    I just spoke to HostGator support,

    They accept Adult but with no penetration,

    I said that I don't understand what kind of Adult content that is,

    They replied: Cams and stuff.

    So no PENETRATION allowed on Host Gator, whatever that means
     
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    It means you can't show anything (a body part or a toy) going into any body opening. In other words, no explicit sex.
     
  4. Abe Green

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    I've read some thread somewhere on this forum that Host Gator would be happy to host adult sites,

    I've checked and it turns out that it's not a hosting solution for explicit content,

    I hope this might be useful information to someone here.
     
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    This thread is over 6 years old, please do not bump threads to increase thread count
     
  6. Abe Green

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    Now wait a moment Sir, Your accusations are silly.

    I was reading this thread and replied what I thought to be useful cause this forum has helped me so much.

    Host Gator is funny now that I have seen other guys out there.

    I'll post the second part of this message in next threat to raise my credits on this forum...

    I just signed up for 247-hosting, bussines-ssd-beginner plan,

    You will get this deal nowhere else.

    Adult content , explicit, piracy anything allowed.
    120$ per yer first year half price 60$
    unlimited domains
    ssl
    ssd 20gb (unlimited with all higher plans)
    1gb ram
    1 cpu core

    And most of all such a 24/7 support like from starwars or something.

    Most of webhosts will allow porn but on dedicated plans or some way to make you pay more just because it's porn.

    Another company is Certified hosting with shared hosting plan that allows everything without forcing you to buy dedicated plan. Their Year is 107$.

    justhost, pacifihost, namecheap will host porn sites but complicate what should be simple to make you pay more.

    247hosting and certifiedhosting rock with support.

    Uniregistry is cheapest for buying domains.

    Thats the results of my exploration and that's what I did at the end.

    P.S. Where do I collect the money for this thread?
     
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  7. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    From the OP:
    OP's question was answered in 2011, OP hasn't logged on in 2011, therefore there was no point in bumping this thread.

    Thread Closed
     
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