Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nobody00, Apr 24, 2015.
Hi, any recommandations for cheap A/B class ip web hosting for PBNs? Thanks
Take a look at our service (on BHW BST). We use Amazon, HP Cloud, Rackspace etc. and most IPs that are assigned are different A/B blocks.
you can try hostgator/namecheap bro
GoDaddy is okay but there are cheaper choices out there. Google $1 hosting and you will see some good options.
try hostgator best place for hosting
Keep in mind, you get what you pay for. If you want quality hosting service then you need to pay more. If you want clean, dedicated IPs, you have to pay more.. it's that simple.
I'm using hostnine reseller account
Stay away from $1 hosting if your PBN sites are of any importance to you.
Any cheap hosting company advertised online, including webhostingbuzz, godaddy, namecheap, hostgator etc.
For my PBN's, I use nonameinternet, for a few reasons.
1. They charge $2.00 per month per domain
2. You can select different A class IP's which is safer the C class.
3. They don't own the servers, they simply offer an interface between other hosting companies that allows you to manage all your domains in one single place. Thats one username, password and payment per month for up to 200 domains.
Are the concerned IPs shared or its exclusive to only one site.
Hostgator is the best place for hosting.So try it.
At $2 a month..they are shared. There is nothing wrong with shared hosting though. Most people use shared hosting at some stage or another. It only become an issue if virtually every site on the server is a spam site which would be extremely rare, in which case Google might take action.
Buying IPs is a problem, they are $$$ and as has been said shared is not ideal. My advice is for this reason build LESS of the PBNs, but make them BETTER quality in terms of more pages and higher content and then you can afford to use those A class IPs. You'll end up with less of a better product.
i've wondered about this
What type of companies do you recommend?
Here are the few things to consider: http://www.orangefox.com/hosting/
I'd also recommend HostGator and Godaddy.
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