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Web Hosting & Reseller Web Hosing-The Deal Breaker For You

Today we're going to explain everything about web hosting, reseller web hosting, and how you can get access to cheap web hosting.

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Today we’re going to explain everything about web hosting, reseller web hosting, and how you can get access to cheap web hosting.

You’ll have all the information you need to make an informed decision when you come to buy a web hosting or a reseller hosting service. Does that sound like a plan? Great, let’s get started!

So, maybe you’re a web designer or a developer or another type of web professional and you’ve already got some clients or maybe you’re a tech graduate and you’re looking to get into an industry with huge potential.  Whatever your situation, whether you’re starting up a new web hosting business or you just want to add hosting as an extra value-added service as part of your offering.

We’re going to explain just about everything you need to know to hit the deck running. So what exactly is reseller hosting? Well in a nutshell if you’ve got customers that need hosting services, you can purchase a bulk amount of hosting space and then resell it onto them healthy profit. It’s a great way to add an additional recurring revenue stream to your business but what’s really great is that you have zero upfront costs to invest in expensive infrastructures like servers or software licenses.

The way it works is that you get a master admin area called WHN which stands for WebHost manager and from here you have complete control over your customers’ accounts. So you can do things like create plans, create customer accounts, you can give users particular admin rights.

You have all the control that you would have with an actual server but at a fraction of the cost, each of your customers gets their own unique cPanel (control panel) login. There’s no mention of us. That way your customers think that your server your service is completely white label. Don’t worry we won’t say a thing!

The key difference between shared hosting and reseller hosting if your customers get their own unique cPanel login. This means that they can self-manage and look after themselves completely end-to-end, which means that they’re not contacting every five minutes to set up a new email account or reset a password or whatever.

One of the really neat features you can create plans like bronze silver and gold and that way you can offer plans for clients who have prepared to pay more so that way you have something for everyone. One thing you do need to be aware of is that you need to provide first-line support for your customers and your service provider can help and fix all of the issues that do arise.

In the first instance, your customers will contact you for initial support. Now if things take off you can even start to automate your hosting business. You can use an automated billing platform that automates the billing administration and provisioning of your hosting clients. So there you have it that’s a quick overview of web hosting and reseller hosting and how you can get really cheap web hosting. Hope you found that useful, if you have any comments, please share with us.

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