I work with a small boutique real estate brokerage in Southern California. We're starting a new marketing initiative for our agents that includes a basic property website and custom domain for each of their listings. We're going to roll this out to new listings only, not retroactively, so the number of sites we're hosting will grow with time. Between all of our agents we average about 200 listings active at any one time, and the sites will stay up for a short period after the listing is sold. So ultimately we'll need a solution to host about 250 micro-websites with their own domain. The websites are mostly made up of static html pages, but we are including a lot of features like a slider rotating 3 large images on the main page, jquery for tasteful hover and click interactions etc... but they should not be too bandwidth intensive. We're not expecting a heavy traffic load to each site either. A lot of shared hosting plans advertise Unlimited domains, but I just don't think they are the right solution for what we're looking to do. Even with minimal traffic to each site I would assume that 250 domains would overwhelm the resources of a shared hosting plan. Does anyone have any experience trying to do something similar? What would the right type of hosting be given the sites are HTML5 with very minimal PHP? Virtual? Dedicated? Multiple shared hosting accounts? Looking for a variety of opinions. Thanks.