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What Does Reseller Hosting Stand for?

The World Wide Web is an integral fragment of everybody's everyday routine. Everyone wants to possess their very own personal web site, whether for pleasure, for socialisation or business . The hosting business niche is thriving. Why take a piece of the pie yourself?

What can you offer?

The majority of the providers offer Linux-powered . Linux is a Operating System, which is suitable for both dedicated and shared hosting servers. The reseller hosting scheme that providers provide is the cPanel one, because the cPanel Control Panel software offers 3 access levels - root (designated for the web hosting provider itself), reseller (that is where you ) and user (for your customers). some do permit overselling, in the majority of the circumstances you are by the server space and limitations of your reseller hosting package. It is like a sphere, which you fill up with smaller spheres - when you have filled it all up, you cannot add more.

VPS packages or dedicated web servers

Most of the web hosting providers VPS packages and dedicated package do not really mind if you utilize the Virtual Private Server or the dedicated server to website hosting accounts. If you decide to resell hosting accounts utilizing a dedicated server, you will have control over the whole machine, the possibility to make any config you see fit and the to keep an eye on all the users hosted on it. The VPSs offer comparable options, but in instances you cannot make any kernel or changes, which require kernel module rearrangement. The finest CP tool that allows you to sell web hosting accounts utilizing your dedicated or virtual server is, once again, cPanel, although you can also DirectAdmin, depending on which interface befits your needs better.

What do you to become a reseller?

In order to a web hosting reseller and start your hosting business, you require a , system, a merchant account with like PayPal, WorldPay, MoneyBookers, 2CheckOut, etc., and to ensure that your customers' information is secure when they make payments using your web site when a hosting service. Well-known invoicing platforms that you can utilize are WHMCS, AWBS and ClientExec. The guys at ResellersPanel, however, give you a free reseller hosting account with all that included in it - a ready-to-use website, a billing platform and even technical support for your clients. Their reseller hosting program is without an analogue on the marketplace, they and support your customers for you, and you to resell our web hosting services without to anything in advance yourself. Moreover, they allow you to all their web hosting products - shared hosting , virtual servers, semi-dedicated and dedicated hosting services. You can all of these to your clients via a ready-to-use website template. The profit you earn is actually the difference between their wholesale price and the price you set yourself, so all you have to do is be a decent marketing tactician and find . If that is a too innovative for you, they still provide shared cPanel reseller hosting plans, as reseller hosting companies do, and you can always obtain a Virtual Private Server or a dedicated web server and divide it into hosting accounts, which you can sell yourself. The bonuses included in their cPanel reseller hosting packages will your reseller life easier too - they provide you with ClientExec in order to charge and support your customers, a set of web design templates and even a eNom reseller account. We have data centers in countries - Australia, the US and England. It is a huge chance for you to spread your hosting business on continents. What more could you ?