For many years I hosted my website with GoDaddy primarily used to display family photographs and family history. I have thousands of photographs dating back to the early 1900's. I left GoDaddy for about a year and recently reestablished a hosting account with them. This week I got the email below saying I was in violation of the GoDaddy policy. I'm wondering why this wasn't an issue for the many other years I hosted with GoDaddy, but is now.
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If I had to guess it's probably the file size of what you have posted - I recently had a similar issue on Managed WordPress - a client with an internet radio station storing their archives - it seemed to trigger a flag when they crossed the 100GB amount.
For my client I moved their archive to Amazon S3 as you pay $0.029/GB and it can actually be less depending on how long they are stored for / often then are accessed
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Thanks. When I spoke to GoDaddy they said if was the number of files and the size of some of the files, and the I had them all in just two directories. They said I could spread them out across several directories which would help. I also decided to go the Amazon S3 route. Thanks for the replay.