Multiple Cloud is one of the older hosts but it never took hold in PBN Facebook groups or even Blackhat World. Let’s see if they are missing anything.
Pricing plans start at: $27.5/mo (10 IPs)
Price for 40 IPs: $78/mo
First impressions – not great. Their written English is really poor. The page looks a bit all over the place and there’s something fishy going on with their people images.
Well, isn’t this a good looking nameless customer!
Or a very thoughtful-looking employee named Alex:
I just had to do a quick reverse image – and of course, both are stock photos. Not a great start for a business so much reliant on the trust of their customers.
The sales page promises a lot of great things. From big providers to automatic deploys and no footprints. Unfortunately, as with employees and customers, there is a big difference between what they present and the reality. They promise 200+ providers, including Linode, Digital Ocean and GoDaddy. Unfortunately, when I was setting up my 10 test blogs, none of those providers were in my selection. Not just that, most of the IPs are owned by unnamed or completely unknown hosts.
And the promise of no footprints – forget it, they provide nameservers that look like they’re only used by their customers. Big no-no.
Multiple Cloud has a lot of great ideas but unfortunately, with all the problems in the footprints and IPs section, I just cannot recommend them.
Multiple Cloud does not improve on the poor first impressions. What I’m looking in the first place, is a PBN hosting provider without footprints. They fail at that, so it’s really hard to improve from there.
Ease of Use
Bad impression from the moment I landed on the website, and it only went downhill from there.
2.505 1 Not Recommended