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What's Your Choice For SEO Hostings

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by yurita, Sep 23, 2013.

  1. yurita

    yurita Junior Member

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    Hi, I am in need of SEO Hostings. There are a few out there, but I don't know which one is really worth paying for. Hope to receive suggestions from you guys.
     
  2. aka sam

    aka sam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It works nice for me : seohost dot com.
     
  3. amandaspears86

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    Just try to check out justhost.com. Seems nice to seo.
     
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    I'm in a private SEO forum and case studies are showing that taking your sites OFF SEO hosting is passing more juice through blog networks right now. We don't know how Google figured it out, besides the fact that EVERY SEO set their nameservers to their domain (ns1.domain.com), but they somehow figured it out. If it's for your money sites just put them on shared hosting.
     
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    I used Justhost and they are pretty cheap.
     
  7. BusinessMagnet

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    May be you should consider using SEOhost.com
     
  8. innosoft

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    greenlabelseo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I`m using Skynethosting. Paying $19 for 10 ip`s and name servers. Never had any problems with them :)
     
  10. matt1972

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    My advice is to 'not' use SEO host, go with the smaller cheap hosting companies. You will get better ranking results. Remember, do what everyone is not doing, it just works better.
     
  11. TropicalSun

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    With all of the recent crackdowns on networks, why would you even attempt to use SEOHosting?

    Does anything scream network more than that?

    If you are gonna build a network do it right and don't use SEOhosting, you aren't saving money and you really won't save much more time.
     
  12. moose942

    moose942 Power Member

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    Just use hostgator, or use multiple different hosting accounts. Do you realize how many different sites share the same IP from hostgator shared hosting? I've been using just 2-3 hostgator accounts total for hundreds of websites for my private network, never had a SINGLE issue since I started about 6 years ago.

    I personally think a lot of the "seo hosting" type services should be avoided, it's especially easy for google to put extra scrutiny on sites with IP's that come from those providers.
     
  13. learnquick

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    Like many others, I avoid "seo hosting." Why draw attention?

    My own network, which is small, uses shared hosting accounts. So far I only put 1 domain on each account. Overkill? Possibly, I don't know.


    I prefer to look around "web hosting talk" where they have hosting for really cheap. There are also free hosts available with a quick search; I've used them, too.
     
  14. TropicalSun

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    Just because hostgators shared hosting has thousands of websites on them doesn't mean that it appears "natural" to have all your webbsites with 2-3 hostgator accounts/IPs.

    If you are serious about your network Id really start to move some things around ASAP.
     
  15. GigaGorilla

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    I would just start with a normal host like hostgator and avoid potential crackdowns.
     
  16. moose942

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    It doesn't matter, I have been doing it this way for years. I do not have the same URL's across each site anyway, so no link to any of my sites is on the same IP twice.