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Is there a way to create separate c-panels in bluehost on one hosting account?

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  1. yensidtlaw

    yensidtlaw Power Member

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    Hey all.

    So I'm wanting to set up a private blog network using expired domains. But it works best when you have separate c panels for each. Is there a way that I can do this without having to pay for a new hosting account each time I want to acquire a new domain?

    Thanks in advance for your help.
     
  2. mindlesswizard

    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

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    if this a reseller account then you can create multiple accounts but with shared hosting i dont think that is possible. Also it is not good to host you PBN under same hosting
     
  3. yensidtlaw

    yensidtlaw Power Member

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    Thanks man. I have shared hosting. I'll have to chat with Bluehost about it. So Google also checks the same host? That sucks.
     
  4. JoeMongan

    JoeMongan Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Setting up new cpanels is not going to do you any good with private blog networks since Google will check the IP of the host.
    You can set up a reseller account to have separate cpanels but again like I said it wont help. Use separate host for your websites
    with a different theme.

    -RK
     
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  5. yensidtlaw

    yensidtlaw Power Member

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    Thanks man. So there is absolutely no way around the expensive costs of setting up a new blog network?
     
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    Not really it is an expensive investment that returns benefits in the long term not the short term. You can get away with using the same hosting company for awhile but then it will be bad news later on.

    -RK
     
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  7. yensidtlaw

    yensidtlaw Power Member

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    Thanks. It just doesn't seem worth it if it's bad news later on. And I can't afford to build one with all different hosting accounts. What people need to do is get together and create one to bring the costs down.
     
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    Good idea but the problem with bringing other people in especially people not on your friends list is the blog network basically
    does not become private anymore and it is hard to trust someone not to sell blog post or links to other people. You could use a couple of free web host to get a couple of sites up and then use really cheap hosting companies.

    -RK
     
  9. yensidtlaw

    yensidtlaw Power Member

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    I was just checking out hosting plans for other hosts and they are all around 3 bucks. That actually not that bad. I could get 5 sites rolling for $15 per month (minus buying the expired domains). Is there anything else I should think about?
     
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    I use seohost.com for $9.95 you will get you 5 separate ip's and server locations
     
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    How about using addon domain in your cpanel.so that you could host all the domains in your network in one place. Ps. I assume you will have a moderate bandwidth
     
  12. yensidtlaw

    yensidtlaw Power Member

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    That's the complete opposite of what I want to do.
     
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    Ups.I missed,you need separate Ips for each cpanel. If so you got to find different hosts or you may buy Dedicated IP per cpanel Addon with the reseller Account.
     
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    When you get bigger you will want to use separate hosting accounts. One way to save in some cases is buy a yearly plan. But remember, some of these ips have hundreds of sites on them if not more. So keeping a few of your lower level sites(pr 0,1 and 2) on the same server shouldnt hurt you, as there is a good chance to already be several in that niche if your with the big companies. I do keep pr 3 and above on different ips myself.

    Dont forget to use privacy on your domains, some companies offer it free and some charge, but having your name on the site is a HUGE footprint!

    Also dont forget to talk to the companies, sometimes you can get a special price if you ask nice.
     
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    no i dont thing its possible to use multiple cpanel in one account of shared hosting
     
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    Not possible................