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Which seo hosting services do you use for your networks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nonin, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. nonin

    nonin Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hi.

    I have decided to create a private network of 40 domains. Which seo hosting services do you use for your networks? Or, maybe, do you buy them separate?

    tx for an advice is guaranteed ;)
     
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    $187.50 a month for 50 c class ips? ... kinda expensive

    but thank you for the suggestion :)
     
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    They are expensive, but you get what you pay for. Trying to take the cheap route with seo hosting (or hosting period for that matter) will cause you nothing but headaches.

    I have also heard good things about http://switchseo.com/.

    Ahh, I almost forgot, for only 40 domains you really can't go wrong with Indianets. http://www.indianets.com/seo-shared.php I use Aseohosting for a large network so it was the first thought to come to mind.

    But Indianets will suite your needs just fine for a much cheaper price.
     
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    I use seohost.com, some people complain about Them, but never had any problem.
     
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    I also use aseohosting.com because they offer dedicated ip's on dedicated servers but if you are not bothered about that then go for one of these cheap companies such as Ideastack.com who offer a 14 day money back guarantee if you are not happy.
     
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    OMG, whatever you do pleeeeaaasssse do NOT go anywhere near IdeaStack. I don't have time to tell you the horror story I went through with them.

    Just take my word for it and save yourself the headaches.
     
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    We've used indianets for several networks and they're pretty good.

    As Gary said; do NOT use price as the controlling factor. I own over a thousand sites and have built several huge networks which I've sold or closed down, and the one over-riding factor for multi c class hosting is up-time and reliability. You can end up wasting weeks of man hours checking and moving sites between useles hosts. Remember that the majority of SEO hosts use shared hosting that is leveraged to the max so they can recoup their additional IP costs. This usually results in lower speed hosting, and if you're using WordPress or other SQL/load heavy platforms, this can become a real problem.
     
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  9. nonin

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    The word is taken, tx for this warning.

    hummm, here speaks the experience - thank you for sharing the knowledge.

    Question: dedicated vs shared seo hosting?
     
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    Exactly, talk about headaches. Try moving a network of 1500 sites between hosts 2 to 3 times and having to set the nameservers for all of them, backup sites, etc.. Needless to say it's a pain in the arse.

    I think I have tried just about every SEO Host there is and in the end the only 2 I am currently using are Aseohosting and Indianets.

    For larger networks AseoHosting simply can't be beat because they offer dedicated servers and IPs and their support is phenomenal.

    For smaller networks Indianets is a great choice as well though.

    seo-host.com sucks, so does seohosting.com and seohost.com.

    By far the worst experience for me had to be between IdeaStack and seo-host.com.

    One other to consider is http://www.hostnine.com/reseller-hosting/ which isn't necessarily seo hosting, but their reseller plans do provide some ok IP diversity and might be a nice fit for a smaller network like the one you plan to build.
     
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  11. nonin

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    hey, thank you all for this really condensed information.

    Winners: Aseohosting and Indianets

    :thankyou: