When you get a virtual or a dedicated server, you can use it not only to host your websites, but, in addition to resell website hosting plans to various other people. This allows you to make good money, since the number of people who build their first Internet site increases and the demand for website hosting services is growing each and every year. Other than the server itself, you'll also need a merchant account with some payment processor, that will enable you to accept payments on the web, as well as a billing application to link the two of them. To use your own server means having extra control when compared to the ordinary website hosting reseller programs. If, for instance, a client wishes to run some script which needs a particular application to be present on the server, there won't be a trouble to set it up on a virtual or a dedicated machine, but it will be not possible to do that on a shared server where all reseller accounts are set up. With minimal effort and investment, you'll have the opportunity to start a successful hosting business of your own and to be a part of the ever-growing web hosting market.
Reselling Options in Dedicated Servers Hosting
Our powerful Linux dedicated servers hosting are the ideal choice if you want to launch your own web hosting reseller business. Each plan has adequate system resources to accommodate a large number of users, irrespective of the type of websites that they would like to host. Due to the fact that you'll have root-level access to the server, you'll be able to install any software that they'll need. During the dedicated server order process, you will be able to pick cPanel or DirectAdmin - two of the web hosting Control Panels that we supply, due to the fact that both of them have client and reseller parts. With DirectAdmin, you can have sub-resellers who can have direct customers of their own. With each server ordered with cPanel, on the other hand, we give several other software tools at no extra cost - a domain reseller account with eNom, one of the leading registrar companies, as well as a billing and support app named ClientExec, that contains a web-based payment gateway and a ticketing system.