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Discussion in 'Blogging' started by outsiderzone, Sep 6, 2011.

  1. outsiderzone

    outsiderzone Newbie

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    Hi, What can i do with a website that has 80,000 pages? gives me problems in almost all hosting cause is a great site.
    divided into multiple sites, subdomain? how can i do it? any ideas?

    thank you!
     
  2. littleg2008

    littleg2008 Senior Member

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    get a good hosting company. 80k pages is not that much to be honest. I know alot of autoblogs that pass the 100k pages and increases by 100 pages per day
     
  3. outsiderzone

    outsiderzone Newbie

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    yes i tried with a vps level 3, but it´s not enough, i haven´t more budget

    any cheapest vps solution?

    i´m checking futurehosting and knowhost...

    thanks!
     
  4. wickedguy

    wickedguy Supreme Member

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    Did you try hostgator?
     
  5. outsiderzone

    outsiderzone Newbie

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    yes, i tried hostgator level 3
     
  6. Anotherdesignteam

    Anotherdesignteam Newbie

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    I think it is a large site. If your budget isn't big enough, maybe you can try cutting down on the pages ;)
     
  7. Subject

    Subject Power Member

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    use php caching..
    my site was 50K pages and I used php caching and it works fine now.
    You can set the time limit for each cached page, i.e. 24 hours, 2 hours, etc.
     
  8. Webghopper

    Webghopper Registered Member

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    agree, php caching will help
     
  9. blb12

    blb12 Regular Member

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    php caching will help you more
    Agree:
     
  10. Scripteen

    Scripteen Elite Member

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    If it is wordpress blog then use any caching plugin. Make sure the expiration time is few days.

    Meanwhile, is this an auto blog? 80k pages are too much. If you are not making good money out of it then dump the whole thing and save the headache.
     
  11. outsiderzone

    outsiderzone Newbie

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    thanks, i´ll try with a cache plugin.
    ;)