I don’t think there was ever much traffic on the site, and it was only really registered as an online file dump-space in the first place. Not much use for a file dump these days, so I’m pondering not renewing it when it comes up for subscription in a few days…
I suggest starting with a link in all your forum signatures… without community awareness at the very least, and even moreso, google rank, you’ve got nothing man. The site looks decent… a bit tiny. The music is great… it needs a home
I already knew of the domain and have been to the site a few times in the past, but I admit it’s not a place I think of visiting very often. I would mainly expect to interact you here on the Renoise forums, which is where I found out about your site in the first place (I think?), so if you had a link in your signature here as Byte suggested, I’m sure you would see a bit more traffic from some curious forum users.
Yeah, this can be a real pain in the ass, but there’s probably not much at all your host can do about it. In the majority of cases the email does not originate from your domain, or even from the network itself, it’s just spammers spoofing the mail headers to cover their tracks. They don’t seem to put much thought into the logic behind it, though, since I quite often receive spam addressed to me that appears to be sent from me. I do like a nice drink, but I’m pretty sure I’ve never been drunk enough to actually spam myself (yet), haha.
I don’t know if this is common knowledge, since I see a few members with bandcamp pages, but you can set your Bandcamp site with a custom domain. You could point dodgy.bandcamp.com to dodgyrecordings.com and then have the convenience and features of bandcamp, while keeping the domain age and any existing branding that you’ve gained over the years.