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Trouble Hosting 50 websites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by corvettespeeder, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. corvettespeeder

    corvettespeeder Regular Member

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    Guys, I am trying to figure out the best way to host 50 websites. I am currently signed up for a Godaddy shared hosting account. They allow unlimited domains, but the problem is there is one main domain and then everything else I guess is sub domains. For example

    My main site www.fastfoodhelp.com (just examples, not actual sites)

    then one of the other sites is www.overthetop2.com

    My problem is that if you were to type into your browser

    www.fastfoodhelp.com/overthetop2 it will go to the second site. I don't want the two sites connected at all even though they are on the same shared hosting. How do you get around this with clients websites? How can I get around this without buying hosting at $5 a month for each individual site. I am sure this is a basic question, but I have talked to both Godaddy and Hostgator and neither one knew what I was talking about. So any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  2. corvettespeeder

    corvettespeeder Regular Member

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    I eventually want 100's of sites, but trying to figure out how to get them all hosted without breaking the bank. I don't want the site being connected like that at all since most of them will be client websites.
     
  3. bluecrab

    bluecrab Junior Member

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    shooting star hosting can do it i think. Thats who i am with.
     
  4. geteasymoneynow

    geteasymoneynow Regular Member

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    honestly with shared hosting most do this
    the best thing to do would be to upgrade to a dedicated server or so

    because what you are saying about running 50-100 sites can very well end up hurting you since they will slow your sites down and you will lose visitors when you have to many site running, from my experience running more than 10 small sites on shared hosting is bad
     
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    lowteg Junior Member

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    My advice is to use something like host Gator and like said above once you hit 10 sites, then go and buy a new account.

    Because if you host all sites on the same IP google will kill your PR and SEO.
     
  6. Jared255

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    Switch to hostgator
     
  7. ultim8

    ultim8 Registered Member

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    I see what you are trying to do, I say keep max 15 domains on the same ip. You can register for a cheap reseller pkg with several hosts. Reseller packages allow unlimited domains to be hosted.
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  8. mandom

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    most shared hosts are like that but you shouldn't have to type in the URL using both names. Generally you have the main domain and the others are listed as subs but when you type in their URL directly you go to the site.

    I use hostgator and it's like this and it works just fine.
     
  9. webnise

    webnise Regular Member

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    You can host sites separately on Godaddy !

    I have 35 domains on Godaddy and about 20 sites hosted separately on each domain. So, you can access my sites as domain1.com, domain2.com etc. Most of my sites are wp blogs and I am using all of my allocated 25 MSSQL instances so now looking to move to unlimited MsSql servers ;)

    Actually, you need to change few settings to make this work.

    1. You need to change in 'domain manager' that you host your site here (Godaddy).

    2. In your hosting panel, you need to 'Add domain' and then map it with some folder on your hosting.

    I usually name the folder name as my domain name to easily manage them.

    If you have any query, please let me know.