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Hosting for churn and burn sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Paulie W, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. Paulie W

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    I need a hosting for a bunch of churn and burn sites and am not sure, if I should just get a normal, "quality" hosting like hostwinds or go for 1$ hosting providers like dollarseohosting (where you get a different c class IP for 1$ per month).

    Since these are many, low quality sites and I expect to be penalized within a few months, cheap hosting does look like a good option. However, those hosts are known to be slow and have other issues, which are definitively a negative ranking factor, so maybe its better to go with hostwinds, because a few extra dollar per month is really a good price if it makes ranking easier.

    What do you think?
     
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    you can also try hostgator hosting.
     
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    The actual hosting doesn't matter for churn and burn.

    Once it stays up when you get to the top spot and start making bank it's all good.

    justhostme, godaddy, hostgator there all good IMHO. You're only gonna chuck the domain away so long term customer service is not a big deal.
     
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    I would suggest you to go with servinio.com. They are extremely cheap and top quality. I never had any problems using them.
     
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    Thank you guys!

    One thing that is important for me is to have dedicated IP´s. I don´t want to leave such heavy footprints like the same IP on various sites.

    which plan would you choose for 5-10 sites? their basic shared hosting is kinda expensive and only the business plan has a dedicated IP, which would be 12$ per month. dollarseohosting is 2$/m with dedicated IP.

    Noob question: How can I host the sites with dedicated IPs on a VPS? I am confused, because I never used a VPS for hosting. Also, in the product description it says 1 IP, so I dont know how each site can be hosted with a dedicated IP.

    I already took a look into them and their prices look amazing! But they don´t offer dedicated IP´s, or do they? So if I choose the plan with 10 domains per month, all sites will have the same IP, is that correct?
     
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    I didn't find any information about that but you can ask their support.
     
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    I use hostthename and they're pretty cheap. :)
     
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    check godaddy old age domain
     
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    i use digitalocean , once the site has been "burned" . I create a new droplet(vps) and delete the old one . Doing this i have a New IP address . Their cheapest plan is $5 which sufficient to handle traffic incase you hit the sweet spots .
     
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    Godaddy is one of the shitest hosts you can get, if not the shitest. I would rather host my website with 000webhost.

    Personally for all my churn and burns, I stick to platforms like Weebly, Yola and Webs, their hosting is far faster than anything you can buy for $5 - $10 a month.
     
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    What bothers me with those platforms is that you will have a subdomain. For ranking that is pretty good, but I think that in many niches it will hurt your CTR, because "real websites" look to most people imo more legit than blogs or subdomains. I could be wrong though.

    Also, as far as I know you cannot install plugins on those, at least not as many as on WP.
     
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    No, I do not use the sub domains, I use the paid versions and my own domains, this way they cannot delete you website either. I just find for the price it is far better hosting than you can get from a cheap host.

    Yes there are no plugins, and it all depends what you really want to do, but for what I do, they work just fine.
     
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    Do you have any bulk deals or are you using coupons from the net?
     
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    I have had accounts with most of them for years, I just get billed every year. I mostly use Yola now as it makes it very easy to swap a domain from a burnt site to a new domain. You can get 25 websites on one account for £55 on Yola. Weebly is not as good in price, as you only get one site per £5 a month or something like that. I use these now as I got sick of all the hosting issues and Wordpress issues, of course they are not as flexible, but they get the job done, I am not trying to make a nice pretty website.

    In fact I started using Yola due to a thread on here. They had some offer where they give you the first year free, so thought I would test them out, and have used them ever since.
     
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    25 sites for 55 pounds for 1 year hosting? Wow, thats really a killer price. I will def. take a look into them, thanks!
     
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    I've had so much downtime using digitalocean it's ridiculous sometimes even over 24 hours.
    Support is pretty shitty but quick.
    I rarely had a day without downtime, so I don't recommend it for hosting a website.

    I use hostwinds now, and it's really great no downtime so far. I recommend it aswell :p
     
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    It's ok to use some shared hosting, especially with host that are widely use. Google doesn't want to take the risk of too much collateral damage. Otherwise, having 2-3 sites on one IP is fine (if it's a big network). Just make sure to mix it up.