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Hosting sites with high level of spam

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by stephane05, Feb 26, 2015.

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  1. stephane05

    stephane05 Registered Member

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    I was hoping to get an opinion on a good host for a site that receives alot of spam. I run an article directory and (wait for it...) article marketing bots are making moderation impossible. The initial idea was for the site to host high quality content (I like writing about varied topics) but I realize that the site may be just better off as part of my overall SEO strategy. I was thinking of stopping moderation and opening the flood gates. I'm hosting with Godaddy because i'm not a developer and I know they don't particularly like spammy sites. Any suggestions?
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    ziplack Supreme Member

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    get a vps or dedicated for high traffic
    shared hosting its not a good idea do
     
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    I have a large automated site with Hostgator (shared hosting) and have never had any problems with them. In fact it continues to amaze me that they've never sent me an email asking me to cut it out or upgrade my account - even as I have a few other sites on the same plan.
    Btw - thank you for generously letting us blast your site with our links. :drinking2
     
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    Beware with namecheap's hosting with this kind of thing because they are strict with this (unfortunately based on expereince T_T)