If you bought domain names from Godaddy before January 14, 2011, for each domain you purchased you can set up a free-forever SEO hosting account. I've got an old Godaddy account. It used to be that Godaddy had this thing where you got free hosting that was ad-supported. They stopped doing that January 14, 2011. Before then, every domain you bought through them got you a credit for free ad-supported hosting. I'm setting up SEO hosting, and a few days ago I noticed I had 20 "credits" I still had in my account for that free hosting, unused. Now when you claim a new hosting account -- and you space out signing up over time -- each of your new hosting accounts (usually) ends up on a different Class-C IP block. So I used one of my credits. There is no expiration on the hosting (which bugged me at first, I went to their forums and asked what was up with that ... the moderators told me that the free credit hosting was permanent.) By the way, my help thread http://community.godaddy.com/groups/web-hosting/forum/topic/when-does-free-coupon-hosting-expire if you're interested in looking. (Think you have to be logged in to see that thread, and you have to copy/paste the URL into browser, seems when there is the redirect it messes up the page from loading). So ... I went to set up my hosting. Guess what? There are no ads. That's right, I guess they have been out of using this model so long that they don't even have that set up working properly to serve ads on your site anymore. Now as long as I continue to renew my domain, I have free, permanent hosting forever on 20 accounts I can set up, each on different class-c IP addresses. Here are the drawbacks. 1) It's their basic hosting plan. It allows unlimited ad-ons (that are registered through godaddy), except their basic hosting forces all ad-on domains to read from the same 1 folder. If you're really good with .htaccess, I'm sure you can set it up so each domain reads from a different folder -- but I haven't tested it out that much yet. 2) The domain has to have been registered with Godaddy prior to Jan 14, 2011. Most people are already hosting those domains and might not want to mess around with moving where their domain is hosted. However, this is what I did ... I temporarily set up one of these free hosts with my domain. Then I set up an add-on domain to that hosting. Then I went to the original domain's advanced DNS and pointed it back to where it was hosted. That way I get to use the new ad-on domain with the free hosting and keep my aged domain where it was sitting. I've set up 3 of my credits so far -- works perfectly. Now, I only had 20 credits, because before Jan 14, 2011 I only had 20 domains purchased through them. At $5.49 for a "basic" account, with 20 hostings that amounts to $109.80 per month of free hosting. I'm sure there may be a BHW member out there who may have purchased hundreds of domain names through Godaddy -- congratulations you could probably set yourself up with a FREE 100+ different Class-C IP hosting forever.