Multiple Domains, Different hosting, Same Niche.

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Loco Penguin, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. Loco Penguin

    Loco Penguin Regular Member

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    Hi,
    I am planning to use multiple domains 3~5.
    since it's the same niche and keywords I want to use different hosts to remove any possible footprints of connection between the sites.

    The hosts that I would like to use are:
    BlueHost
    HostGator
    JustHost

    They are good and I'm planning to use them,
    I just need 2 more hosts and I'm done.
    I checked 1&1 but they don't have live supports..
    I asked HostMonster but they don't have PHP 5.3 which is neccasary for my site.
    I asked FatCow and they also don't have PHP 5.3

    Can any of you offer me other good web hostings? I will take care about the PHP check, I just want to look for the good ones if someone is willing to help..

    Thanks!:)
     
  2. jr_sci

    jr_sci Senior Member

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    JustHost is a sister company of Bluehost. there might be IP conflict. ! beware.. !!
     
  3. Mike Hunt

    Mike Hunt Junior Member

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    Hey Loco, you're overthinking it man. Tons of people use Hostgator and Bluehost so it wouldn't be weird or obvious to search engines having same niche on same host w/ different IP's. I mean seriously I can have a site on nude salsa lessons on Hostgator and you can too. Heck, jr_sci can jump on the ever lucrative nude salsa dancing niche and throw his domain on his Hostgator account too. :)

    Most importantly stick w/ 2 or 3 hosting accounts that you know are good than reaching out for others that may be crap. Just my 2 cents.
     
  4. Loco Penguin

    Loco Penguin Regular Member

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    Thanks Mike for the genuine answer,
    But I really want to make the connection between the sites as low as possible, so if 1 of them will drop, it won't drag with it all of the other domains...