Multiple domain hosting packages

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Good morning from the UK!

Whilst I've been working on my website, I've thought through other ideas for niches / domain names etc and found some available URLs which could be profitable with some work put in. I've done the preliminary work (keyword research / market competition analysis) and decided that I want to give these new ventures a try, maybe not straight away but I want to purchase and host the domains to give age / start some initial marketing.

I looked up hosting packages and saw some which offered to host up to 5 seperate URLs in one package. Has anyone used this method of hosting? I'm slightly apprehensive that the website's download speed will be unacceptable - especially if I decide to use some on-site video marketing or flash advertisements.

I'm sure that out of all the warriors on here, some have at least tried using this service.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.


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  • Profile picture of the author Ben_R
    i tried to write a post but the forum went down - heres a link

    Web Hosting Reviews & Ratings - Best Website Hosting 2011

    try going with a big host - and unlimited domains is normal
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  • Profile picture of the author jeffreyhuan
    The popular hosts like BlueHost and HostGator have unlimited plans that allow you to host unlimited domains. I agree with Ben. Choose one of these large hosting providers so that you will get better uptime and service.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zaheera
    I prefer for unlimited services and
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  • Profile picture of the author ok123
    Try stablehost.

    They have a 50% off running now ( ending in a few hours ) with coupon 'newdesign'.

    Shared hosting will be good for upto 10 - 15 domains depending on the traffic and CMS used. If you plan to host more than that, buy a reseller plan.
    Action expresses priorities - Mahatma Gandhi
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    5 is nothing. Go with Hostgator and unlimited domains. In reality, nothing is unlimited, but it comes close. Unless your sites crash the server, you can have many domains with one Hostgator plan.
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  • Profile picture of the author RobHiness
    Like said a few times above, I'd go with Host Gator. Either the Baby plan, or the business plan.

    I stared with the business plan, but it's not much different from the Baby Plan!

    Not to mention, the customer support is GREAT! + The pricing beats most competition :-)
    “It’s much easier to double your business by doubling your conversion rate than by doubling your traffic.”
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