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Got an email from Hostgator about SPAMvertizing

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mike2000, Mar 7, 2013.

  1. mike2000

    mike2000 Elite Member

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    This is what I have received.

    Any experience from you guys?
     
  2. DamageX

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    Just move, tons of hosts who don't give a fuck.
     
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    Any recommendation?
     
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    hostgator is losing points, i think will not renew their services
     
  5. Razvan

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    just tell em you wont do it again , and if you do it again make sure you hide your spamming with proxies and host the spam domain on offshore hosting
    i got the same shit too but all got solved
     
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    Yeah, good call, go through a shitload of hassle just so you can keep a ten-bucks-a-month hosting account... Just tell them to go fuck themselves and move to a new host, problem solved.
     
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    I can say I won't do it again but the thing is that when the link building process continues, this might happen again at some point of time. So I am thinking of moving. So can anyone recommends me a good host(without these hassles)?
     
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    Check out the BST section, there are some really cool hosts with great reviews.

    And yes since you ain't gonna stop the link building stuff(When you go black, you never go back), they might not warn again and simply close your account and you will lose all your data.

    Hence, I think it would be the best to move to some other host..
     
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    hostable.com its very good
     
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    Thanks. Will have a look at it.

    Yes, I don't want to make it a burden on my head.
     
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    iPage is a good solution for you.
     
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