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"seo hosting" recommendations & is it really necessary if already have unique C class IPs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sookie, Oct 2, 2009.

  1. sookie

    sookie Newbie

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    I have been using hostgator and I am considering switching to their seohosting.com service to get multiple unique c class IPs, but it is so much more expensive.

    1) Has anyone had experience getting multiple IPs with their reseller accounts? Have the IPs ever been on different C classes? Sales was trying to tell me they won't be but I wasn't sure if that was because they were trying to pimp their more expensive seohosting.

    2) I also saw that seo-host.com is a lot cheaper, but I've seen a bunch of bad reviews for them so I'm hesitant to try them... I tried to get seohosting to pricematch, but no luck. I'm pretty financially strapped right now, so need to start small and grow as the money comes in, so if anyone knows the best seo hosting company that is also reasonably priced, I'd love to hear from you. I need a host that will allow for adult hosting, btw.

    3) Also, does anyone know how much of a big deal it is if rDNS is the same but the IPs are on different C classes? What about nameservers? Back when I was kicking butt and making tons of $$ I had a dedicated server with unique C class IPs, but all with same nameserver info. Didn't seem to affect my rankings, so I am wondering just how important these 'true seo hosting' services really are...

    Any info/ideas/etc you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!!!
     
  2. sookie

    sookie Newbie

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    Thanks viratshah, altho i can't tell if you are just being helpful or if you work for seo-host.com...

    Can I please get some feedback for more seasoned BHWers?
     
  3. boro

    boro Regular Member Premium Member

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    Well I am with seo-host.com
    they where fine for the first 4 months then sites where down 2 or 3 times a week for the next few months whenever I sent an email they where back up within the hour .Never a reason just try it now -eventually told them I had had enough and they transferred me to server 5 from server 2 .Never had one bit of bother since about 3 months now.
    About 3 weeks after I was moved server 2 went down big style as I got an email explaining that I would be eligable for a free month due to the downtime caused while they transferred everyones sites.
    That was till they realised I had already been transferred.

    As of now I would recommend them
     
  4. jamessmith

    jamessmith Newbie

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    hi

    pm me the requirements about how many sites you want to host.
     
  5. blackhataffiliate

    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    I just have several shared accounts. HostGator, BlueHost, KnownHost and Cirtex. All accounts have different IP addresses and since I register my domains privately and there is no adsense on my sites, the footprint is almost non existant.