Internet, Octopuses and Reseller Hosting

Sometimes the internet feels like one big octopus. Except that it has a few more legs than octopuses themselves. They change color, they are electric, they are used to connect with things. Internet is quite a place to play and roam around, almost free.. just like in water. Yes, I am probably listening to some really nice ambient track right now, and that makes my mind go who-oohsh!

Anyway, I was wondering what you guys think about reseller hosting? Because I am thinking of extending my octopus arms, towards greater heights. And for that project, I need a lot of websites. And running multiple, especially with different IP addresses is not that easy. Especially when you are on a budget like I am.

So I heard from this “web host what” guy, (his name is tim, pssht) that reseller hosting would be the cheapest way. That’s why I wanted to ask your opinion about it as well. I’m not doing any blog network or any of that crap, I just want to create a huge empire of websites that give out information that hopefully will have an impact on the world. Those websites, depending on the way you host them, will be or will not be seen as site hosted on the same host. And I want them to be seen as different, not like there is just one octopus behind all the work. Instead, many octopuses!

So just leave a comment or something my friends if you have any experience with this reseller hosting business. I will mail you all to ask you to check out this post and comment on me. This is an important deception for my future. Normally, I host everything pretty much free! So that tells that I am quite serious, doesn’t it.

Until next time my dear readers and don’t forget to comment!

Octopus greetings,


One Comment

  1. Ewan

    Hi Ashi friend! Thanks for contacting me about your new blog post. Yes, I think reseller hosting is an awesome way to host multiple sites, especially if you need variety in IP addresses. The sites you referred to “”, seems like an expert in the issue and you can trust them. If you need any more “nerdy” advice, just let me know my friend! Keep up the good work and all!

    Greets from the UK,

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