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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by donenvy, Apr 11, 2014.

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  1. donenvy

    donenvy Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I'm with a host provider JDR hosting from these forums, and I absolutely hate their reliability. Almost every other day there is one problem or another. Even from a pure hosting point of view, they constantly keep going down every few days and sometimes few times a day.

    Can anyone recommend a reliable host provider that you have been with and have a long term experience with close to none downtime. Preferably one that allows fake niches.

    Can't handle these constant down times anymore.
     
  2. Porphyrogenitus

    Porphyrogenitus Junior Member

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    If you want 100% reliable, the best way is to put up your own server. You can get a VPS from a few members here for less than $10/mo. Not sure how the bandwidth is though.

    Worst case scenario you could get a server from an established provider like GoGrid. I think their basic linux server is $26/mo. On my GoGrid servers they're 10gbps and in 6 months the servers have never gone down.
     
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    What kind of hosting do you need, where do you want the server, what resources, budget?
    Lots of people here can help you, including myself, but give people details to go on.
     
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