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[Help]Can anyone suggest a domain hosting company ?

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  1. Freedom_Seeker

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    I am kind newbie in web development. I am planning to develop 4 wordpress sites. Please advice me any economic way to purchase 4 domain and hosting for the same.Since I am planning to run ad-sense in all of them do I need to take special care for choosing hosting services ?
     
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    Namecheap for both domain and hosting, cheapest out there.. :)
     
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    If you're new and don't have accounts at GD, then get GoDaddy for domains. Keep in mind that will not keep your domain private. For ongoing domains, go with Namecheap or Namesilo. NS gives you free whois.

    If you're just starting out, GD is okay for hosting. Keep in mind they overload their servers - or used to a while back. I don't know if they do that anymore. If you're on a real budget, just get $2 hosting with unlimited domains. Google $1 hosting and you'll find some decent ones. I've used them for some various sites and they were okay for the money. Wordpress is pretty straightforward so unless you're pushing a lot of traffic or have a huge database then one of these hosting providers should be fine.
     
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    Namecheap si your best bet.
    I would avoid Godaddy.
     
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    Namecheap
    Siteground

    I would avoid Godaddy for hosting.
     
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    Out of my four sites two are news site and I am expecting some good traffic. And i am not in very tight budget, I just don't want to waste money. So, If I go for hosting which allows unlimited domains- will they provide separate IP's for each domain ?
     
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    ^^ Yeah, especially if you're trying to register a new domain that GD bots think is good. It'll be available one minute and then the next it's suddenly registered.
     
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    So, buying domain is very straight forward to me. but for hosting which one should I pick ? out of my four sites- two are news site and they are perhaps gonna get some good traffic.TIA
     
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    1and1 has a $0.99 domain offer for new users. Just one domain. Yes, there are a lot of mixed reviews about 1and1, but for one domain you won't have problems.
    If money is a problem, I'd buy one domain from 1and1 and the rest from Namecheap. They both got free whoise guards. (1 year free whoisguard for namecheap and unlimited time for 1and1)
     
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    No, Generally speaking, you'll get 1 IP with your account for all of the domains. There might be few IP's with VPS, but mostly you get one usable IP with your hosting account.
     
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    Usually IPs are bought in blocks of 5, etc. A lot of hosting companies will offer a free dedicated IP but you'll usually have to pay after that. If you're not on a tight budget but don't want to waste money then just go with NC. I use NC for SSLs, domains and other stuff and my only gripe about them is there is no phone for support. Their chat is really good and always available but if your sites or email is down it's always nice to have someone you can actually call in the datacenter to address the problem.
     
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    Please suggest me some idea to host four different sites for running ad sense. My budget is not vry tight , I just don't want to waste money since this is my new project.
     
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    So, should I go for VPS if I need separate IP's for each one ? or any company offer extra IP's with regular hosting ?
     
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    Definetely namecheap
     
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  16. ingressoft

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    No, By default you get 1 IP but you can always get additional IPs by paying for them. The thing is that it all depends on your budget and the traffic that your sites will have.
     
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    Since you said this is a new project, then go with regular hosting and pay for the additional block of IPs. But, make sure the hosting company you choose is able to migrate you to VPS if this takes off. Or you can also look into reseller hosting.
     
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    Please just suggest me one name which allows to migrate VPS and I need to order now.
     
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    PowerUpHosting would be a good choice. BHW members can confirm that.
     
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    I'd go for re seller hosting, You get indivual cPanels and it'll make life easier when adding the IP's
    Whatever you do avoid Godaddy hosting like a tart with the pox. Their focus seems to be on making things as complicated as possible
    For domain names I'd go with Namecheap