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HELP!!! BlueHost deactivated my account :(

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by bloggeroftheweb, Jul 20, 2009.

  1. bloggeroftheweb

    bloggeroftheweb Junior Member

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    Feeling so sad now. After using their service for 11 months, now then they come and tell me that they deactivated my account due to exceeding CPU resources.

    I just check with their tech support and they told me to limit some of my connections... how the heck am i suppose to do?

    They ask me to consider vps too but I think it will be too much expensive.

    Guys, what should I do now? I feeling so depress now :(
     
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    7878 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    What were you doing on the account?

    FYI a lot of hosts offer unmetered account for less than $20 month.
     
  3. bloggeroftheweb

    bloggeroftheweb Junior Member

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    I runned around 15 autoblogs in my account. Can you recommend some good host for me?

     
  4. ddub1218

    ddub1218 Newbie

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    How many SQL databases do you have? Just the 15?
     
  5. biaobao

    biaobao Registered Member

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    switch to hostgator right away and deactivate the plugins for autoblog especially when you use video tube
     
  6. bloggeroftheweb

    bloggeroftheweb Junior Member

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    how about all my domains? should i change the registrar?

    or should i leave bluehost as my registrar and hostgator as my hosting?

     
  7. RuleTheWorld

    RuleTheWorld Junior Member

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    Leaving your registrar as bluehost and moving your hosting over to hostgator should be fine.