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Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by calm, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. calm

    calm Registered Member

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  2. LazyAffiliate

    LazyAffiliate BANNED BANNED

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    I hate seohosting.com, i've tried signing up with them 3 times and every time it was hell getting them to do it right and all 3 times i just had to give up eventually and cancel my account. The last time this happened was last week and they refuse to give me a refund.
    I filed a dispute with Paypal. Also seohosting.com only allows 1 cpanel per ip for all domains on that ip which really sux.

    seo-host.com, i'm going to try them now. I've talked to support on chat and they do offer unlimited cpanels per ip and you can't beat they're prices.

    Does anyone know them? please share your experience with them.

    Lazy
     
  3. calm

    calm Registered Member

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    Wow lazy the one site I thought would be the most rock solid was seohosting! Thanks for your input I'm really glad I started this thread.
     
  4. aj113

    aj113 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'm with seo-h0st.com. It's a bit fiddly setting up all the accounts because basically it's just a bunch of reseller accounts on different ips and nameservers, but other than that no problems.
     
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    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    It seems to me that G would pick up on the fact that one company owns all ips, so there would not be much benefit and may even be seen as spamming. Why not just get a hosting account from 2 or 3 hosting companies and spread your sites between them.
     
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    Exactly. I have a lot of small shared hosting accounts of 2 to 3 bucks a month. I spread my domains among them and link my sites oneway.
     
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  7. calm

    calm Registered Member

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    aj113 said seo-h0st.com. It's basically it's just a bunch of reseller accounts on different ips and nameservers

    I dont know if this looks like different companies to g though?
     
  8. LazyAffiliate

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    separate c classes is not the only thing you need but also private nameservers and domains by proxy. I need reseller accounts and all my domains on the same server for my softwares to work.

    It's not just G**gle you need to hide your info from. Think about auto-spamming all your sites to the social bookmarking sites when they're all on the same ip.

    Reseller hosting has many advantages over shared hosting, for instance the skeleton directory saves me tons of time when i'm mass creating auto-generated sites.

    Signing up with seo-host.com next week, will report here later.

    Lazy
     
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  9. gaz256

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    look forward to your report im interested in using them aswell, indianets also seems cheap for multiple shared c class IPs, even cheaper than seo-host i believe. havent tried any of them though and havent heard much about indianets at all so im not sure.
     
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    I have been with seo-host.com and can definitely say you get what you pay for. Customer service is not too bad and usually responds within 24 hours but they do not like scripts as their servers cannot handle them. If you plan on running CC or any kind of scripts that require moderate amounts of server resources, I would look else where as you will most likely get you account suspended very quickly using them.
     
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  11. gaz256

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    thanks for the review on seohost turns out i was planning on running CC so guess im gonna have to rule seo-host out
     
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    hey man,

    I just signed up to 2GBhosting.com they offer unlimited domains, unlimited sub domains 5 C Class Shared IP Address hosting for $7 and 5 C Class Shared IP Address for $10 check it out I just signed up!
     
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    I dont know how "legit" this company is. My searches returned to a certain "dyrk" posting as the owner of this site and advertising on forums. Phone number and address on the site are rented from nymail.com
     
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  15. calm

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    How are they working for you?

     
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    they are fine, It was 5 ip's, 10 MYSQL, 1 per domain usually but I asked for extra and for an extra $5 I got 50 more MYSQL and ability to have 6 MYSQL per domain, so I could have 10 domains with 5 sub domains.

    thanks
     
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    I have SeoHosting and yes, you can only have one cpanel for IP, 5 IPs = $35. For me is OK because i figured out their kinks and I have distributed 20 domains per IP, actually 19 becuase the domain with the Cpanel I just let it seat there don't do anything with it.

    If you are willing to spend a little more money I really like liquidweb, very fast and it is $65.00 now for 4 IPs. I used to be with them a while back but I had to scale down in my expenses but I am going to get back with them as soon as I can.
     
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    I am with hostnine.com and they allow you to choose or move your websites from across 7 or so locations that have multiple nodes. I'm not sure the C class on the different node/same location but I have set up a blog farm a while ago and everything seemed to run smooth.

    This would be a reseller account at $25 a month with custom nameservers for each domain if you choose.
     
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    I wouldn't trust a hosting that runs joomla with a yoo theme. It doesn't look professional either.
     
  20. calm

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    any other experiences?