Anonymous domain & hosting - help please

by aamcle
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I would like to get a couple of domains and hosting that I can use (tier 2) to buffer between my money site and linkwheels n such.

So the problem is I don't want my name all over them so any spam complaints are dead ended and so the big G wont call foul, I want full control so I want to own then.

How do I manage to pull this off?


Thanks aamcle
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  • Profile picture of the author sainteve21
    So you want anonymous domains, not linked to your main site, so that you can't be held accountable when your done spamming?!?

    Most webhost providers would close you down if they receive complaints of spamming emanating from one of their hosted domains (usually in TOCs)

    My own webhosting company has exactly that in the TOCs (which was taken from examples of over half a dozen other providers TOCs)

    And because of that, if you were hosting with my company I would close you down without hesitation

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    • Profile picture of the author aamcle
      Other than some links there would be no out going spam from these sites, no bulk email or the like. I'm a bit fussy about spam I use scrapebox to generate links from blogs but I harvests the blogs n manually post proper comments to the top candidates.

      These would be the top of a linkwheel just under the money site,

      Bottom line I don't think spammy links work well.

      aamcle
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  • Profile picture of the author Curt7
    Get your hosting from a different host, and get whois protection on your domains from your registrar. Namecheap automatically gives you whois protection for the first year when you buy domains from them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Cynthia A.
      Originally Posted by Curt7 View Post

      Get your hosting from a different host, and get whois protection on your domains from your registrar. Namecheap automatically gives you whois protection for the first year when you buy domains from them.
      Namecheap offers it free every year, not just the first.
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  • Profile picture of the author Underground SEO
    Yeah you definately need Whois protection. It can be expensive unless you do the above.
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  • Profile picture of the author aamcle
    I'm not sure why stevewhats's reacted so strongly, I can do the same with web2 sites just signing up with different email addresses.


    aamcle
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  • Profile picture of the author sainteve21
    Originally Posted by aamcle View Post

    So the problem is I don't want my name all over them so any spam complaints are dead ended and so the big G wont call foul, I want full control so I want to own then.
    Must've misunderstood what you meant here
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    • Profile picture of the author aamcle
      no problen Steve.


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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    Not really. It is $2.88/y for the following years, after the first free year expires.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cynthia A.
    I just renewed 2 domains for the second year & it (privacy guard) was free.

    EDIT: My mistake, Istvan is correct. Privacy guard renewal came separately.
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