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Is Different Class Hosting Worth It?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by fivetexans, Apr 2, 2013.

  1. fivetexans

    fivetexans Newbie

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    I'm new here, but thought this forum would be the best place to ask this question.

    In looking into different class hosting, whether different A, B, or C class hosting, I'm wondering if it is actually worth it.

    While the underlying IP addresses for my websites may all be different, the underlying domain names will all still show the same registration info. And since Google or whomever else has access to this, doesn't that make the effort and expense of getting different class hosting meaningless?

    Or, am I missing something?

    I'd appreciate your input.

    Thanks.
     
  2. antichrist

    antichrist Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you are hosting your own private blog network then yes, it is very worth it. Also, make sure to have private registration for all the domains that you register.
     
  3. fivetexans

    fivetexans Newbie

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    Thanks for the reply, but can't Google bypass the private registration? Would it be better to register the domains under different names?
     
  4. freakmedia

    freakmedia Junior Member

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    yes for private blog network is perfect for the domain you need to register them with different names , I'm not sure that privacy protect is enough
     
  5. KeyzDT

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    you can never go wrong with diversity.
     
  6. fivetexans

    fivetexans Newbie

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    Can you register domains under the same registrar using different names? Can I go to Namecheap, GoDaddy, or whoever and use multiple names, or do I need to go to a different registrar for each domain name?