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  1. Marcoose Netherlands

    Marcoose Well-Known Member

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    I'll keep it short and sweet. Can anyone point me in the right direction of hosting accounts that offer multiple sites with different IPs? Ideally the cheapest place that still maintains quality.
     
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    I use skynethosting.net never had problem with uptimes and also cheap
     
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    That looks very promising - shame online support is closed cos I've got afew questions. Might have to wait til Monday.... Thanks!
     
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    If you could let me know what you find Marcoose I would appreciate it, thanks! Ideally I would be looking for uk based.
     
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    Will do mate - looks like they have UK.
     
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    I monitor about 20 sites on sky net and they tend to be down on average for 2 to 3 hours a week.

    For what you pay, though, this probably isn't terrible.
     
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    aseohosting.com are reasonably priced and haven't had any problems with them. Know a few people that use them. They offer UK, EU and US packages.
     
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    check them out

    Take any of these mentioned
    Grab an ip
    See what sites are on that ip
    Take anything else in that class c ip range

    You may find all their class c ranges are filled with rubbish blog sites.

    Doug
     
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    Indeed so. Even to get additional IPs on your existing class C, you have to convince your hosting company as to WHY you want them as they may also be held accountable. Generally, the 'Google' excuse doesn't wash. If you host a service site like mine, where individuals are required to have individual IPs, then you will get them, but they cost. To do the Google dance, you need more IPs than a somewhat uniform class C.
     
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    Well the hosting would only really be for a network although that kind of downtime isn't ideal. Thanks for the heads up!
     
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    So you're saying that for the purposes of a niche network, taking a multi c class ip service from one provider wouldn't cut it? A better suggestion would be to find 40-50 companies that dont charge the earth for their hosting?
     
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    Let me know when/if you find a cheapie. Individual IP's cost. A class 'C' won't do for SEO but will for my business. Let's take it:

    xxx.xxx.xxx.???

    Google isn't stupid. But if I need a specific IP to host a DAC client -- it works fine for Nominet.

    For your purposes, you might take 50 hosts with a xxx.xxx.????.xxx sub-class, but that'll cost you - dearly.

    Cheers
     
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    Thanks for the info Azooza. Looks like Im just going to have to go for individual hosting accounts with different providers!
     
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    How many IPs do you need Marcoose?

    I'm a good friend with some of the most competetive companies in this industry, so might be able to help you..
     
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    Thanks for the reply mate. As many as possible really although it's price dependent. As per Azooza'a post though, they really need to be separate from each other. Care to drop me a PM?!
     
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