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White Hat Large Corporation Webhosting

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by socialmediaking, May 10, 2011.

  1. socialmediaking

    socialmediaking Regular Member

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    I have recently acquired a large corporation as a client and they would like me to host their website as well. As a typical BHW'er, all my hosting is either hostgator, offshore or vps stuff.

    I am looking for any suggestions for a high quality host, and price is not really an issue because they are paying a monthly fee.
     
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    wholesalereplica BANNED BANNED

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    this is offshore but should still be fine for your project, plus the reviews are pretty good to say the least

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/buy-sell-services/269176-anonymous-offshore-hosting-20-review-discounts.html
     
  3. talruum

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    If you'll work in total legality, go for www.softlayer.com. Professional SLA without doubt's. If you're running low on budget, you can start at amazon ec2 too, and then migrate to softlayer later.
     
  4. roamer

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    WhiteHat, nice budget --> a wiredtree (.com) fully managed dedicated server w/cpanel plus remote backup and any extra they might need.

    I have a couple big corporate accounts (clients) and that's how I host them; one of the accounts also needs a dedicated mail server because of their email volume, so that had to be taken care of as well. For big clients don't even think to go the cheap route, because if something goes wrong, you'll be up the neck in trouble.
     
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  5. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Liquidweb is pretty good, fast support.
     
  6. socialmediaking

    socialmediaking Regular Member

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    This has to clean as it comes, thanks for the input though.

    Softlayer looks good and the amazon ec2 is good, but I may require support. Thank you

    I like your suggest of wiredtree the best with the remote back up and everything. I think it will provide the client with good piece of mind. Money really isn't the issue, it's more my neck on the line as you say. Thank you

    I'm using it in my comparison, thank you.
     
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    wokaka Senior Member

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    i use liquidweb too, it works good. Not superb, but in overall it's good.
     
  8. Subsonic

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    If the business is white hat I would go for mediatemple.net because it's proven to work well. There are clients like Sony, Warner Bros, Adobe, Toyota etc so I'm sure it will work fine for you too :D One of the most costly plans is 2500$/month so be prepared to pay..
     
  9. Hierarchy

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    send me a pm. I only work with private companies with my hosting company. If your interested let me know. We only work with businesses and no public clients.
     
  10. mointernet

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    wiredtree going downhill already.

    I suggest SoftLayer or Rackspace.
     
  11. mointernet

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    Chanel is using them for websites takedown...lol :eek:
     
  12. Topher

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    +2 for Liquid Web. I use Storm on Demand.
     
  13. smanaher

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    You might want to even search in your local area for enterprise hosting options. Your client might like the perception that your host is local, yet the right solution for their business.