DreamHost is a Los Angeles-based web hosting provider and domain name registrar. It is the web hosting and cloud computing business owned by New Dream Network, LLC, founded in 1996 by Dallas Bethune, Josh Jones, Michael Rodriguez and Sage Weil, undergraduate students at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California, and registered in 1997 by Michael Rodriguez. DreamHost began hosting customers' sites in 1997. In May 2012, DreamHost spun off Inktank. Inktank is a professional services and support company for the open source Ceph file system.
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  • IP Mirror rapped for failing to deal with abuse

    … of 30,000 gTLD domains under management. But it is almost 15 years old and establishment enough that it has been known to sponsor the occasional ICANN meeting. It’s not your typical Compliance target. Related posts: Registrar rapped for failing to transfer UDRP domain Three registrars rapped for not paying ICANN fees DreamHost hit with big breach notice …

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  • DreamHost hit with big breach notice

    … DreamHost, a web hosting provider which says it hosts over 1.3 million web sites, has been hit with a lengthy ICANN compliance notice, largely concerning alleged Whois failures. The breach notice raises questions about the company’s popular free Whois privacy service. Chiefly, DreamHost has failed to demonstrate that it properly investigates…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 6 readers -
  • 5 steps to high paying affiliate commissions

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  • 5 Best Hosting Solutions for Affiliate Marketers

    … referral when a customer signs up for their hosting service. If they sign up for WordPress essential hosting then you can earn $120 but if they sign up for a dedicated hosting package then you’re looking at $150 per referral. iPage provides you with a comparison spreadsheet to compare its services to other hosting companies so you can better promote their products and help your readers make more informed decisions. …

    Caitlynn Cush/ Scoopin Affiliate Paid Search Facebook- 7 readers -