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Cheapest possible hosting for creating Blog Network?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ThopHayt, Dec 26, 2013.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Considering creating a blog network and would like to hear where you guys think is the absolutely cheapest place to host. I don't have a TON of cash to throw at each domain for hosting and want a lot of domains, so I need to keep cost down on hosting.
     
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    I am too looking for some kind of cheap hosting to creaet my first private blog network ! But hope cheap doesn't mean peanuts here :(
     
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    start with you have right now. if your budget only fits a few domains then start with a few. add more as budget permits.

    for hosting, try any shared seo hosting. do a search on shared c class hosting.
     
  5. kodavatisai

    kodavatisai Registered Member

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    Don't host all blogs in one company. Use multiple servers and companies.
     
  6. Vanrithy

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    I think shared hosting from different providers is the way to go. Check out WHT in Shared Hosting Offer section; you'd find many of them provide good price. Make sure to research for review, too. I've seen some providers here also have the small plan with 1 or 2 bucks per month, too.
     
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    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I've heard good things about dollarSeo as well.
    shared hosting would be good also - probably safer, but harder to manage.
    Let us know how you get on anyway.
     
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    As per your budget you can choose shared hosting for multiple domains but as per my experience shared hosting is not good because there are various domains are registered in single ip. It is better that you increase your budget and choose the dedicated hosting.
     
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    Take a look at hostwinds, I bought a package on Black Friday, and am very happy with it.
     
  10. laur.laurix

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    Lol 15$ a mounth is cheap hosting? For 15$ u can get a year hosting with my hosting provider. I guarantee awsome speeds , 97% real uptime(per year) and 30 days money back option. Also for 5 $ extra you can host ur websites on different ips. I personally use for my network the cheapest hosting plan 5$ per year and it works great. PM me if u are interested and i will help you. Thanks.
     
  11. Bartholomew

    Bartholomew Regular Member

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    You really should use different hostings.
    For $5/month you may get an unmanaged VPS with 512M RAM and 2 dedicated IPs. For $1-$2/month you probably could find a shared hosting and share a single IP with thousands of other sites. Both options have each own pro and contra.
    You will need as many IPs as you could get. I for one think about stating using IPV6, as they are cheap as dirt, but not sure how google will look on links from IPV6
     
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    Do they offer seo hosting?
     
  13. GoGetRanked

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    I am surprised anyone recommending dollarseohosting
    there are FAR better alternatives out there

    regards,
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    instead of you building the network outsource the job to someone who will really do it right dude. well worth it in the end
     
  15. erickishere

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    Check out servinio as well too guys
     
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    If you are familier with linux then get different unmanaged vps. They will offer dedicated ip and speed will be faster than any shared hosting. Price is almost equal to a shared plan. That just my $0.02.
     
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    I use lowendbox dot com and grab a vps for about $20 or so a year. they are usually around 128 to 1gb ram and about a gig of bandwidth I put 3 sites on each they are a great tier 1. I mix things up and try to have them all be different topics on the sites just to keep things a little more separate and I register different name servers as well for each site. This of course requires you to have a knowledge of linux or a good grasp of servers in general and a good search engine to look up stuff you do not know. I also use hostgator shared and a reseller account from hostgator depending on my traffic/bandwidth needs
     
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    All the best try to start private network. But currently going on fight with Google updates and dropped so many private network sites. It's better to think and start. But if you're plan very strategist you gonna be hit. Thinkkkkk :)
     
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    I'm also going to recommend dollarseohosting - ever since they upgraded to Platinum Server Management there server security has been excellent. If you're looking for a secure and cheap way to host your PBN then I reckon this is a pretty good option. I think if you were a service provider looking to sell links on a private network you would probably want to mix up your hosting providers a lot more, but for personal use I think SEO hosting is fine.
    The other thing is to make sure that you don't host all of your domains with the one host - make sure to get several different hosts, but I don't see a problem with having a chunk of them with an SEO host.
     
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    Check out dollar2host. 2$ per month, 24$ per year etc. Using it for all kinds of stuff, support is very fast.
    Good luck