Social spam

Next time you get some hey-join-me-on-this-brand-new-kewl-site e-mail spam and wonder how clueless they must be to make such a terrible job, you might understand the process how such start-ups get.. wel.. started.

Starting a social network: shared hosting, VPS or dedicated server?
from LinkedIn Answers: Information Technology
We are about to start a social network website. We obiouvsly hope it will rapidly grow up to reach a lot of users. Since the users can update photos and other media (maybe in future also videos), we developed a structure that allow us to easily run static content on different servers. Now, the question is: should we start with a shared hosting solution, with the benefit of saving a lot of money but also the risk of having soon the need to transfer the website to a dedicate server(s) or it is pre …

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