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Cheap web hosting + free whois protection : what do you use ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by idlabs, Sep 21, 2011.

  1. idlabs

    idlabs Registered Member

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    Hi there,

    In order to make my money site rank better, I am thinking about building a network of websites.

    Hence, I am looking for cheap web hosting companies which also offer domain name registration with free whois protection.

    Do you guys can share the ones you use ?

    Thx
     
  2. tanenbaum

    tanenbaum Newbie

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    I would go with iPage for hosting for multiple sites as I have heard it from various sources
     
  3. FBFansProvider

    FBFansProvider Newbie

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    Hostgator is the best!
     
  4. passionplux

    passionplux Registered Member

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    I will recommend Hostgator anyday anytime
     
  5. billardco

    billardco Newbie

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    Hostgator is the best! But I always prefer to keep domains and hosting separate.
     
  6. idlabs

    idlabs Registered Member

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    Thanks dudes, however I need to register 10 different domains on 10 different hosting companies with whois privacy services. Anyone to recommend others ?
     
  7. darshan1994

    darshan1994 BANNED BANNED

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    Namecheap provides free privacy and hosting I use justhost. Total cost = $10 for domain and about $40-50 per year for about hosting that can hold 10-20 domains (its unlimited but i dont use much)
     
  8. lancis

    lancis Elite Member

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    I'm using iPage for 1 domain, and hell its slower than some free alternatives so far.
     
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    Internet.bs offers domain + free privacy whois for 1 year per domain
     
  10. Zenka

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    I second this :)
     
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    fimms Junior Member

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    Depends what kind of hosting you need, but you could go with google web hosting or app engine and use Godaddy for registrar and privacy. Not that I like GD the best, not at all, but so far I cant think of better choice. Often you get first year free, then you can see if its worth of continuing.
     
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  13. gergo2007

    gergo2007 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hostable and Namecheap.
     
  14. DrMax

    DrMax Regular Member

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    Just remember that Google has an internal registrar department, for data gathering use only, so registering domains names from one single person/company would not hide the owner's info from G, only from the public.

    What some people do is to register domains with fake info (owner/address...), running the - unlikely - risk of being reported for this.

    That happened to Wikileaks, but only because they became famous and pissed a few many. Or vice-versa.

    If that is not your case, you are probably good then.

    :cool:
     
  15. idlabs

    idlabs Registered Member

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    Are you sure of that ? Means even if I have whois privacy activated Google can get who I am... ? I have doubts about it, but why not !
     
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    Always Namecheap , and hostgator :)
     
  17. DrMax

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    Yes.

    Yes.

    Of course they will not do that all the time for everyone, just for the ones who raised suspitions: linkwheels, link piramids... full with whois protected domains.

    :eek: