Planet13 - 6:03 am on Mar 9, 2012 (gmt 0)
Likewise, lots of artists and photographers on the fringe, barely making a living, often use the free hosting route.
Also, what about facebook? I am sure there are lots of organizations and small businesses that have a facebook fan page and don't have a web site. And facebook fan pages are free to set up, no?
But I still have to ask: Why wouldn't google be able to tell the wheat from the chaff on a server with lots of spam sites?
Why would google block the whole server (which I am assuming they are implying) instead of just blocking the spam sites / spam pages on that server?