No Name Internet is one of the older new generation SEO hosts, although they try to be inconspicuous about it without mentioning SEO or PBNs anywhere on their page. Let's see how they stack up against the more "aggressively-named" competitors.
In our analysis, No Name Internet had only one known provider (OVH) attached to their IPs, all other hosts were unknown. Nameservers are custom which is a big problem for footprints.
They report they have 50 hosting providers but they are not listed anywhere.
The control panel for domains is standard cPanel.
Their plans start at $10 for 5 cPanel accounts.
A big issue - custom nameservers, used only by NNI customers, with less than 1000 domains on each of them. Couldn't get worse than that.
MX records are also all setup the same (not great) and default page is always cPanel (also not great).
The setup is in one word - horrible. It's a hacked-together solution with a shopping cart and coupons. It's obvious this is not their focus nor did they invest a lot of time building it.
You setup servers by "ordering" a service. Then, you setup domains by "ordering" another service. Then you wait for up to 24 hours and then you receive an email with cPanel login. Horrible user experience. Not to mention there are no guides or anything, so you more or less have to figure it out yourself, from start to finish.
One thing that they do offer is free transfer, but with everything mentioned, you wouldn't really want to transfer anything to their servers.
Horrible user experience, combined with the most basic of all footprints (nameservers) and unknown providers. Avoid at all costs.
|Hosting Providers||Cheap Hosts|
|DNS Providers||Own DNS|
|IP locations||60% EN-lang|
|Automatic WordPress updates|
|Security and performance setup|
|Automatic removal of deindexed blogs|
|Ease of Use|
|1-Click WordPress Setup|
|Automatically set email mailbox|
|Automatic nameserver configuration|
|Tools for deindexation prevention|
|Dashboard with SEO metrics|
|Free transfer service|