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What's a good webhost for mass domain registration for autoblogging?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by BlackSeng, Oct 26, 2009.

  1. BlackSeng

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    Yeap, I'm stepping into autoblogging soon and I want to know what's the best webhosting service that allows me to register mass domains.
     
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    With name.com you can mass register domains / mass edit DNS etc, but I dont know if they re hosting is great, but If you plan adding a lot of domains you'd better take a VPS or dedicated.
     
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    Thanks insider.

    Unfortunately I have not tried VPS or dedicated servers before. I'm always buying hosting.

    Anyway, in name.com... Can the Rapid Blog service be used for autoblogging?
     
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    i'd suggest godaddy, you can get domains at any time for $7.17 if you know how to do it, and if you have too many autoblogs, I would suggest that you go for a vps. Hostgator charges you $10 a month for unlimited hosting, but they have a limit on the number of inodes that you can host, you cant host more than about 20 blogs in there anyways. Get a VPS, and for the 25gb you get, you can easily host over 500 blogs. in there.
     
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    Thanks, TheSlugClub.

    I guess I need to learn how to setup VPS
     
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    checkout rackridge.com ... I was able to register domains for as low as 5.99$ ... but u have to email them with your quantity to qualify for bulk discounts.... sales@rackridge.com
     
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    vps? for autoblogs?
    what abt ip address? and what abt monthly charges?

    who the best and the cheapest?
     
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    This is old news, but the trick is watching one of their goofy "Too hot for TV" ads on the website.
     
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    I'd never use GoDaddy if I were you. Know of a few people now who have been fucked by them. One was fucked by someone placing a backorder bid on the domain and than GoDaddy giving them constant "error" messages for every form of payment so the owner was unable to renew the domain, thus letting GoDaddy profit from the backorder bid. Also they are known for locking a domain that has received a single complaint and asking for $100s to reinstate it.

    Go with a real registrar like NameCheap, not some advertising gimick like GoDaddy.
     
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    I love Name, never had a problem with them, they've got some amazing features which makes everything easier for this, you can mass change DNS (Useful!) and mass register, they accept Paypal to 'add funds', very easy to use system etc.

    If your planning on hosting 20+ blogs, don't go with hostgator, due to the inode limit, so you could go for a VPS on multipul IP addresses, although that involes paying for a WHM/cPanel lisence (If you want to use cpanel) - You could simply pay $10.00/per month for 20 blogs, then pay another $10.00/per month for another 20 blogs and so on, which probably isn't cheaper then going for a VPS if your going to host 50+ blogs, but it's much easier for you if you don't know what your doing.
     
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    whoa ok, thanks guys...

    but I really need help. I've subscribed to one of our BHW members autoblog service. Everything will be done automatically but I just don't know how to get the best webhost that supports multiple domains...

    guide please? This is really my first time attempting autoblogging so pardon my noobness.
     
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    And I'm currently using hostmonster for one of my domain selling a Clickbank product.
    Is it possible to use my webhost to host multiple domains?

    Totally new to webhosting and domain stuffs >.<
     
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    ok solved it after some reading. Thanks! ;)
     
  14. ClownBaby

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    i went with Moniker. check out NODADDY.COM they review all domain places bc they been screwed by godaddy. there are some good german ones that is where thepiratebay used. they are stillup and running and cant get shutdown. now that is a dedicated registrar!