I have some questions about having my domain hosted:
1. Am I allowed to add things like adds from google to get money?
2. Do I need to get the web hosting as well to have multiple sites on my page or is there another way. If there is, how?
3. Can they cancel the account at any time?
4. I signed up for the .99 deal, are there any other charges, such as a monthly fee or anything of that nature?
” My question has to do with affiliate internet marketing. For years I’ve used one shared web hosting account and I create multiple add-on domains on it for all my various sites. I know it’s not a good idea to have all of your domains on one server because search engines can see they all come from the same IP address if you link the sites and if you’re server goes down, all of your sites are down. No site access = no money coming in.
I see that several of the top power affiliates get themselves a reseller hosting account so they can create individual websites rather than add-on domains, but they’re still all on the same IP address and if the server goes down, all the sites will be down.
Reseller hosting is considerably more expensive than shared hosting and I know you can offset the cost by selling accounts and domain names from it, but let’s say you don’t sell to other people.
So what’s the advantage of using reseller hosting instead of shared hosting for affiliate marketing?
Also, yesterday I was looking at some reseller hosting. I need to do some more research, but tell me if something like this is in the ballpark or too expensive. These are just the high level features, but bascially, anything you can do on a shared hosting account, you can do on this so I certainly wouldn’t be losing anything.
25 GB diskspace
250 GB data transfer (both of those are far more than I currently use for my 40ish domains)
free eNom to sell domain names
So, why would I want to use a reseller account instead of shared hosting? “
Hi, I am looking for a web host which would best fit for a web designer.
I am looking for unlimited domains (having the ability to create multiple domains and providing my own web hosting for my own price through my web design site), unlimited bandwidth and whatever else would be best for me to have my own Web Designing business.
Any additional information would be great because I’m very new to this so I’m not exactly sure how everything works. Thank you!
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Pointing your Godaddy Domain to Hostgator’s Hosting Plan
1) Firstly, you need to purchase a hosting plan at HostGator, which involves just filling out a few simple Web forms giving your name, address and payment information. They’ll send you a confirmation email when you finish. Save the email for future reference.
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2) After this you need to create a GoDaddy account. Register your domain. Godaddy will search first if the domain you want to register if it is still available. If available, you can proceed to the checkout section, if not, Godaddy will display related domain names with various domain extensions.
3) Once you have done this, click on “Domains” on the menu bar. A drop-down menu will appear. Select “My Domains.” The screen will then present you with a list of the domains that you have registered with Go Daddy. Select the domain that you want to use by clicking on it.
4) Select the “Nameservers” option. Click on “Custom nameservers (I host my domains elsewhere).” Find the nameservers information in the email that HostGator has sent to you. It should look something like example.hostgator.com. Enter the details that GoDaddy asks for. Select “OK” to finish things up with Go Daddy.
5) Login to your HostGator account. Add the name of the domain that you registered at Go Daddy via the Add Domain icon that can be found in your control panel. Now you’re ready to build your own HostGator site with your GoDaddy domain name.
For the final step, you have to allow for the domain name to propagate after the DNS change in step 4 above.
So lets say I have 2 servers, one server running mydomain.com and the other running mysite.com. Only problem is I only have one Router which as of now, can only do 1 port forward to Port 80. I need both websites to be accessed publicly on the internet. More clearly, mysite.com will be a file server which supplies mydomain.com with images.
I’m not interested in host headers/consolidating both websites onto 1 server. I have access to about 5 Public IP’s, and a couple domain names. How do I set this up exactly?
Forgot to mention, I dont want to change anything in the registry on either server, nor have anything Active Directory related. I want to duplicate the way datacenters run things.
@ Kit, Yes I have all access to the equipment. If I did assign each webserver a public Static IP, how do I go about protecting them? There would be no NAT involved at that point. I really dont want to purchase a router for each website that I decide to host. But if it is a must, please let me know.
1. I would like to have more than one nameserver , so I could enter multiple host name server address.
2. Is it possible to have the same website hosted in different webhost so the multiple name server will redirect the domains to multiple webhosts , so the site will be up most of the time and more effecient?
3. If that is possible , what happens to the mysql database in all the 3 webhost , which database would be updated on site activity , will all the 3 have the same data? As the site is accessed , for example if I sign up as a user , will my name be entered in all the 3 datatbases of all the 3 webhosts?
Question about multiple domain: I have some work to do designing a group of websites using WordPress. I have decided on a hosting plan which can be upgraded to better plan such as VPS or dedicated hosting from the same company. I am stuck now on deciding on which web host can meet this requirement. Companies like Bluehost, Hostmonster, Justhost and iPage do not have the option to get better plans than the standard shared hosting. I wonder if I get a cheap plan now and then move to another host I will not waste time and still get the help I need?