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Registering multiple domains

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by BlackCat83, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. BlackCat83

    BlackCat83 Junior Member

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    Hi guys.

    So, I have just a few questions concerning hosting and domains.

    Since I am from The Netherlands, I always register domains locally at hosting companies. But I am planning to target customers from outside The Netherlands.

    My experience with foreign companies is 0. So I would appreciate some help from you guys.

    With companies are fast with domain registeren and delivering hosting package?
    I read about Hostgator. Unlimited domains under 1 package. Will this not influence my google ranking when I put it all on 1 hosting package?

    Which company would you guys recommend for a beginner? With a nice price.
     
  2. bk071

    bk071 Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I use fatcow for hosting and namecheap for domains. A satisfied customer of both :)
     
  3. BlackCat83

    BlackCat83 Junior Member

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    So you can register a domain with one company and through DNS you set them to your fatcow for hosting? Is that correct? Thanks you for your reply.
     
  4. bk071

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    Correct.
    Say you registered a domain with NameCheap. Now you will point the DNS to your Nameservers (Fatcow will provide you with these), then add the domain in your hosting account as well.

    Please note that Fatcow does not have cPanel, they have their own control panel which is just awesome.
     
  5. BlackCat83

    BlackCat83 Junior Member

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    Ok. Sounds good. I cannot find at fatcow if it is possible to put multiple domains under 1 pacakge. Hostgator says this is possible.

    but what I am wondering is, will this affect my google rankings if placing multiple domains in one package?
     
  6. bk071

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    You can add unlimited domains. And I'm not sure if it affects SEO or not. It hasn't done anything bad to me yet but if you're too suspicious, you should get some linux vps and put each site on a different IP.
     
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    Nope, it won't affect SEO.
    Well, I use Namecheap for domains and hostgator for hosting which I believe is the best, if someone is looking for quality hosting.
     
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    I am using Godaddy for domains and Justhost for hosting , it is working very good for me and the cheapest 1 i have ever seen .