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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by dream1er, Jan 14, 2016.

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  1. dream1er

    dream1er Registered Member

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    hi
    im gonna making 10 websites of different niches

    so i wanted a good hosting-

    i did some research but need advice,i searched for hosting -i found hostgator ,godaddy,dreamhost
    and also i needed domain .

    im gonna hosting 5 domains on 1 hosting and another 5 on other.

    at this point im also considering namecheap domain and hosting ,but that is shared ,and im gonna do my work for long terms ,so speed is issue ,

    so help me choosing the right one ,the work im doing is for long term ,hope you get that
    mods can move this to appropriate section .
    and my english is not good ,:)
     
  2. gergo2007

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    for domains go with namecheap, and for the hosting i would go with namecheap too. hostgator and godaddy i would not recommend
     
  3. Farhan01

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    dont use godady hosting
     
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    I currently use a2hosting and 1and1.
    Both are decent webhosters (better than godaddy & hostgator in my opinion, havent tried any other though)
     
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    I suggest go with GoDaddy and you will good offer by them if you are buying 10 domains.
    Good Luck!!
     
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    If you're in on the long term, get namecheaps for the domains and a dedicated server for your hosting;
     
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    Namecheap for domains.
    Google Cloud / Amazon Web Services for hosting (only if you are not creating a PBN)
     
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    Wouldn't a reseller account that offers different CPANEL accounts for each domain be a better solution for you?
     
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    i dont see any difference there, since it will use the same hosting space. also dont buy a dedicated server yet, that will be expensive, go for a vps if you want but i think thats still an overkill
     
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    Go to wable.com and get their $8 special (there is a free power up if you search). Then launch a VPS with CENTOs Operating System. Download WinSCP use it to access the server by IP and the password. Install a VESTA Control Panel and create your databases, etc. Its great. Go to ServerMom.com to learn how. She will also show you how to launch WordPress for each domain. Point your Domains to the IP and you have a $8/mo solution for many websites. PM if you need more info.
     
  12. yakinblack

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    For domain, go with namecheap or namesilo !
    For hosting, go with crocweb !
    Just my 2 cents.
     
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    Don't go with Godaddy for hosting, I have tried them in past. Site loads slow and their support is poor.
     
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    Iam using godaddy hosting over a year,i can say it is one of the terrible hosting.Never ever go to godaddy hosting.The Time Taken to Upload a 10MB via FTP takes me 5 mins,whereas it took less than a min in other hosting and Site Navigation is always slow slow slow...
    Its one of the shittest hosting,Dont even try that.
     
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    OVH for hosting (great VPS) and Namecheap for domains :)
     
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    i would suggest to buy a vps. install linux(centos) and boom host your websites there.
    Vps are cheap and have benefit over shared hosting. Once your website getting decent traffic most of the shared hosting provider disable account because of more resources but in case of Vps , it will keep running . you can host as much sites as you want.
     
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    thanks for all
    now i will definitely not going for godaddy.
    and yes i am going for long term ;is hostgator , bluehost and dreamhost are best .
    i am definitely going for namecheap for my short terms .
     
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    Namecheap or Namesilo for domains;

    Namecheap you get free 1yr privacy, Namesilo is free for life.


    Hostgator / EIG hosting is crappy at times, so these companies are ones to possibly not bother with;

    2slick.com
    AccountSupport
    A Small Orange
    ApolloHosting
    Arvixe
    Berry Information Systems
    BigRock
    BizLand
    BlueDomino
    Bluehost
    BuyDomains
    Directi
    Dollar2Host
    Domain.com
    DomainHost
    Dot5Hosting
    Dotster
    easyCGI
    eHost
    Escalate Internet
    EntryHost
    FastDomain
    FatCow
    FreeYellow [email protected]
    Homestead
    HostCentric
    HostClear
    HostGator
    HostMonster
    HostNine
    hostwithmenow.com
    HostYourSite.com
    HyperMart
    IMOutdoors
    Intuit Websites
    iPage
    IPOWER/iPowerWeb
    JustCloud
    JustHost
    LogicBoxes
    MojoMarketplace
    MyDomain
    MyResellerHome
    NetFirms
    Networks Web Hosting
    Nexx
    PowWeb PureHost
    ReadyHosting
    ResellerClub
    Saba-Pro
    SEO Hosting
    Site5
    Southeast Web
    Spry
    StartLogic
    SuperGreen Hosting
    TypePad
    USANetHosting
    vDeck
    Verio
    VirtualAvenue
    VPSLink
    WebHost4Life
    WebHosting.info
    Webstrike Solutions
    Webzai
    Xeran
    YourWebHosting
     
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