What kind of Hosting?

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What kind of hosting would be best to create 50+ websites?
Cheap, Unlimited Domains, Space, Bandwidth, etc.

What are the Advantages? Disadvantages to your suggestions?
Any extra info will help!

Is it bad to have multiple domains under one Account that your hosting from?

Where would be a good place to purchase Domain names also?

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Devid Farah
    Hi GeneralTallon!
    A good place to purchase domain names is GoDaddy.com
    Regard your other questions, i think hosting with unlimited data storage,unlimited domains,and unlimited all should be fine!

    I strongly suggest you paid web hosting,not free.
    With paid web hosting you have 24 hour support,they are professional and always will support you!

    Regards!
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    • Profile picture of the author BigDaddys101
      Hostgator, but go daddy is similar and I just started using them for another set of sites I have
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      • Profile picture of the author hjalte81
        Originally Posted by BigDaddys101 View Post

        Hostgator, but go daddy is similar and I just started using them for another set of sites I have
        I'd also recommend hostgator...

        They are cheap, reliable and have good support. Been using them myself for a couple of years now.

        Only problem with hostgator is that they doesn't have any video encoding/decoding features....
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        • Profile picture of the author A Bary
          If you are planning to build small sites with average traffic, HostGator is a great option...

          If you're trying to build big sites with big traffic potential, I think you'll need to consider a dedicated server...
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  • I suggest you godday for domain buying.
    And for hosting I suggest you hostgator business shared hosting plan.
    But I think you should buy your own VPS if you need more than 200 Gigs of bandwidth per month.
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  • Profile picture of the author abdulquddus
    Originally Posted by GeneralTallon View Post


    Is it bad to have multiple domains under one Account that your hosting from?
    It is not a problem
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  • Profile picture of the author joadcrank
    I will try to answer all your questions and doubts.

    What kind of hosting would be best to create 50+ websites?
    Cheap, Unlimited Domains, Space, Bandwidth, etc.
    First of all, there are no "unlimited offers", so pass this.
    Don't go for cheap hosting because most of them will bring your project down.
    Buy from Hostgator or another webhosting company that has a good past and no problems with clients(this is your job to go trough some research)
    First buy a small account with a number of limited things, and when the project is growing, then "grow" the hosting too.

    Is it bad to have multiple domains under one Account that your hosting from?
    Isn't bad..it does not depends on this, depends more on the hosting company and what they offer.

    Where would be a good place to purchase Domain names also?
    Personally, I use Goddady, NameCheap or Hostgator.

    Hope my answers were helpful.
    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author derekjansen
    I recommend using NameCheap for domain registration (get a coupon code and save even more ), and hostgator for hosting.
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    • Profile picture of the author hjalte81
      Originally Posted by derekjansen View Post

      I recommend using NameCheap for domain registration (get a coupon code and save even more ), and hostgator for hosting.
      I reckon that... I use the exact same setup and have been very pleased with features and support of both...

      When you get 50+ domains at namecheap you can apply for a special discount code... Just ask support to get a golddeal
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  • Profile picture of the author Jim Schaub
    don't use godaddy for hosting with a lot of wp blogs or sites. you definitely want something with unlimited storage and bandwidth. hostgator works, but if want to go big, i would recommend a vps server.
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    • Profile picture of the author hjalte81
      Originally Posted by bringinrevenue View Post

      don't use godaddy for hosting with a lot of wp blogs or sites. you definitely want something with unlimited storage and bandwidth. hostgator works, but if want to go big, i would recommend a vps server.
      Hostgator has dedicated hosting... but I have 100+ domains and I've never experienced any problems... I'm using the baby hosting at hostgator...

      I don't get 1000+ hits everyday to all of my domains... But some of them gets a large no. of visitors every day...

      Hostgator is very good, IMO
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  • Profile picture of the author Jilted
    From my point of view go with godaddy for domains and hosting. It work fine for me, you have a lot of options and a very complex control panel.
    Best of luck.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ihearttaters
      For domain registration don't go with GoDaddy or Namecheap as others have stated. Go with 1and1. They are the cheapest. You can get a .com for $4.99 or a .info for $.99, and that includes domain privacy.
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  • Profile picture of the author just do it
    I recommend blue host very cheap and has everything you need
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