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Discussion in 'Blogging' started by blackcatgill, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. blackcatgill

    blackcatgill Registered Member

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    Hi All

    ive just arrived home , and ive had my web account suspended , due to a terms of service violation.Ive got a few blogs on there , so im guessing there using to much space.

    What im after is any help on the best web hosts out there which can handle lots of blogs etc , And will i lose all my work of my existing blogs ? or is it a straight forward transfer

    Im a newbie , so any help would be great

    thanks :)
     
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  2. pasdoy

    pasdoy Power Member

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    Maybe its not the space but the content???
     
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    wpbacklinks Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    yeah, maybe your content (warez or child pornographic or... )

    no one is perfect, the quality of webhosting is measured by their support.

    if you want to host any sites, you can search some offshore hosting
     
  4. blackcatgill

    blackcatgill Registered Member

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    this is part of the email below

    (reason: site causing performance problems)

    Engaging in any activity that, in hostmonsters sole and absolute discretion, disrupts, interferes with, or is harmful to (or threatens to disrupt, interfere with, or be harmful to) HostMonster services, HostMonster business, operations, reputation, goodwill, subscribers and/or subscriber relations, or the ability of HostMonster subscribers to effectively use hostmonsters services is prohibited


    Im really annoyed as one domain was getting around 1000 visitors a day , and i was just about starting to earn on another one or 2 b logs,just hope i dont lose everything :(
     
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    craigslistguy Regular Member

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    Mysteriis Junior Member

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    1. hostgator
    2. bluehost
    3. hostmonster
    4. GoDaddy
     
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  7. blackcatgill

    blackcatgill Registered Member

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    thanks for the replys guys

    i guess ill have to ring them and see what the problem is

    but still open to suggestions on what the best hosts for autoblogging

    thanks again for your help
     
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    ask yourself - will the traffic continue to grow.
    If yes, you'll need VPS or Dedicated Server. Also depend how much you can afford for hosting.
    Shared hosting will be just a temporary decision in my opinion.

    Mysteris is proposing the best shared hosting providers: Hostgator and Bluehost.
     
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  9. blackcatgill

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    yes im hoping the traffic will continue to grow , ill look into that vps or dedicated server , thanks .Also a few are saying use hostgator .
     
  10. blackcatgill

    blackcatgill Registered Member

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    well guys heres the latest update

    The Account is slamming the server with mysql queries
    You need to check the slow query logs and optimize queries.

    now i need to try and sort this out , grrrrr



     
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    Shared hosting will always kick you in the ass if you are getting growing traffic - Hostgator will give you the same problems (I would think anyway).

    Best thing to do is control everything yourself - get a VPS and a cpanel license and move to your own box.

    Once your sites get a lot bigger, move from a VPS to a dedicated server.

    Its quite easy to get cpanel working on a VPS - also the cpanel license is only $15 for a VPS whereas for a dedicated server its a lot more.
     
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    if you are looking for shared hosting try stablehost. Nice, fast support, fast servers, servers locadet in usa and germany, you can choose. I'm really satisfied with them. Btw you coupon and you will get very cheap hosting at them.
     
  13. Galanoid

    Galanoid Newbie

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    I always use hostgator and I never had any problems. However, I keep an eye on Bluehost, just in case.

    With hosting companies, you never know.
     
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    I can't believe someone actually recommended GoDaddy for hosting. wtf? really???

    Ok - with Autoblogs - it's ALWAYS going to be about resource usage on shared hosting. Not disc space or bandwidth. I have 500+ autoblogs and, with only a few exceptions, use shared hosting for all of them. I'm able to keep my hosting costs under .55/each per month.

    It is a bear to manage but the most cost-effective way to do business because autoblogs will choke a VPS or Dedicated server in a heartbeat and completely eat up ALL of your profits. I've tried it.

    Best bet is to spread them around to different hosting companies, small accounts and use caching plugins (w3 total cache). Look for deals and grab them. If something's not working, move.

    As far as your account being suspended, it used to happen to me all the time (and still does occasionally). what you need to do, is say whatever you need to say to get it reinstated so that you are able to grab your files and get out of there. You may be able to just move some of your sites, install caching and keep that account in good standing.

    hope that helps.
     
  15. blackcatgill

    blackcatgill Registered Member

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    thanks for that , i can still access my cpanel etc , so im guessing i can still grab my files , ill certainly check on that now

    thanks again