If you have your own server, virtual or dedicated, you can start your own web hosting reseller business and to make good money in a market that continues to grow every year. With the increasing necessity for sites, you will need just three things to start - a server; a billing app, that will be the connection between your e-store and the web hosting space; and an account with a payment processor, which will help you accept online financial transactions. As there're ready-made reseller applications out there, the use of your own server gives you further control over the software environment. To be able to set up server-side software, for example, will provide you with a benefit over rivals and means many more happy customers. Using a standard reseller program, the accounts are created on a shared server, which means that no software can be installed and, for that reason, some websites may not work effectively. Having your own reseller company will give you the ability to generate a profit, while you can still use the server for hosting your individual websites as well.
Reselling Options in Dedicated Hosting
Using a dedicated server from our company, you'll receive everything you need to launch a profitable hosting business quickly. We have several different packages, to give you a chance to pick the best one when it comes to the system resources that you'll need as well as the initial budget that you have in the beginning. All of the web hosting servers feature full root access, that will allow you to install anything your clients may need for their websites. Two of the 3 website hosting Control Panel options that we supply are suitable for launching a reseller business - DirectAdmin and cPanel. They both feature client and reseller levels and different advantages. When you acquire the server with DirectAdmin, you can not only have direct clients, but also sub-resellers. If you buy the server with cPanel, on the other hand, you will get an eNom domain name reseller account and the ClientExec billing and support software, that will allow you to offer ticket support and to accept web-based payments.