Just wondering if that is a problem & if you will get paid. If so, would it be better to use all different webhosts, or just use the ones you would normally pay for anyway. If you could actually set up 10 different hostgator accounts, for instance, you'd get paid $1000, & even if you used the different accounts for the whole year, it would cost less than $1000. So you'd basically have some fast money up front, but that you're paying back over time, or at least for as long as you keep those accounts. Also, if this was possible, I wonder how long you'd have to keep an account before canceling so that it wasn't a red flag.... 6 months maybe? And is it possible that if you did something like this that they would be on different c-class IP's... or would they still likely end up bunched together because it is shared hosting?