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  1. #1
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    January 17th, 2005
    I know that this question has been debated before but I want to hear some fresh responses to a dilema that I am having. I want to launch a few affiliate websites. To save money I am looking to host them all on one large hosing account. However to do so a redirect string is neccesary. So the domains look like the following www.domain1/domain1 and www.domain2/domain2. Is having a set up like this going to hurt me when it comes time for spiders to be searching my site. If so what do you reccomend that I do. I am looking to start up 5 new websites that I have invested in and want the best return on my money. These sites are large 100megs each so hosting them seperately is costly. Thank you in advance for your help.

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    January 17th, 2005
    Cannot really answer your question regarding the redirect string - never seen that.

    I host quite a few sites on a single hosting plan at Each domain has its own proper domain name. They all share IP address obviously. Things are OK. I can get good rankings, good traffic etc. Multiple sites on a single server is not a problem as long as you are with a reputable comany. I would hate to be on the same server as porn sites and gambling sites, and even share their IP address - that could be risky.

    Good ISPs wont let that happen.

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    I'm not sure if this will help you, but if you haven't heard about THMedia
    it's worth checking and I think he can help you (Tom from THMedia).

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    January 17th, 2005
    Sorry, this may be a little too late, but with a true multiple domain hosting account, you should be able to host multiple sites on the same shared IP without there being ANY indication to search engines, visitors, etc.. that you are hosting multiple sites under one account.

    Let me know if you have any more questions about how this is done.

    Chris N.
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    Eclipse Hosting
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    ...And I try to mix up my eggs so they are not all in one basket.

    In case the basket goes down...


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