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Whats the best hosting option for autoblogs?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by gaz256, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. gaz256

    gaz256 Registered Member

    Nov 25, 2008
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    who do you use to host your autoblogs and how many do you keep to a single IP?

    i hear hostgator reseller option is good as you can use a number of different IPs...
  2. HustlinHard

    HustlinHard Regular Member

    Nov 11, 2008
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    reseller is good, Multiple shared shosts (or purchasing additional ip's via seohost, or your host) is good, VPS is better, Dedicated is best.


    Shared: could work okay in the eyes of the Big G, but will inevitably limit your performance on the hosting/bandwidth side of things. As soon as you start having many processes running at the same time, which is almost always the case when you have many autoblogs, you will hear from your hosting provider. And they won't like it ;)

    Reseller: Also not a bad option, slightly more expensive than shared, but google knows that reseller's host many sites for different people/users so they won't penalize you as much if you interlink your sites to a certain degree. But the bandwidth limiting factor is still there, albeit slightly less than the shared hosting option, but also at a slightly enlarged price.

    VPS: Could be similar in price to the reseller, or slightly more expensive depending on your bandwidth/# of ip, requirements. But you don't have anyone breathing down your neck about the amount of processes you're running, or bandwidth/space you're using. This is a good option if you are planning to do this a little more seriously, and possibly for the long term.

    Dedicated server: this is the ultimate choice if you are planning to develop a BH empire, or strong network of sites, especially if they have questionable integrity :D . Everything is completely customizable and upgradable and up to you. This of course has a steeper price then the above choices, but you can find some great deals if you look around. With this you are essentially purchasing online real estate, and building something for yourself instead of relying on some shared resources. If you are interested in this option there are some popular ded. providers out there, but there is also a great site:


    where everyday they put up a new deal for a dedicated server, but it only lasts for one day and then they put up a new deal, so you have to consistently check the site. But I've seen some GREAT deals in the past, and recommend checking that site out.

    Shared hosting will work if you're on a strict budget, dedicated is great if you have the funds, and there are a few options in between. Each one has its pro's and con's, decide whats best for you ;)
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  3. HustlinHard

    HustlinHard Regular Member

    Nov 11, 2008
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  4. leipeic

    leipeic Registered Member

    Nov 30, 2008
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    what would be the best hosting for just 2 websites with few subdomains on wordpresS? i want it to work smooth, i dont need porn
  5. HustlinHard

    HustlinHard Regular Member

    Nov 11, 2008
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    you should be fine with a shared hosting account from Hostgator. Your only worry would be interlinking the sites, which you shouldn't really do if you're on a shared host with no extra ip's. But in terms of resources, you should be fine.
  6. cocoholo

    cocoholo Regular Member

    May 4, 2008
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    I've contacted hostgator and they referred me to
    as their other division if you want to have different ip's for seo benefit
  7. pokeherface

    pokeherface Newbie

    Jan 18, 2009
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    shared hosting dude, try hostgator and search for some coupons. gluck.