When you acquire a virtual or a dedicated server, you'll be able to use it not only to host your personal sites, but, in addition to resell website hosting packages to other people. This will help you make good money, because the number of people who build their first website keeps growing and the need for website hosting services is growing every single year. Along with the server itself, you'll also need a merchant account with some payment processor, which will enable you to accept transactions online, and a billing app so that you can link the two of them. To use your own server means having more control when compared to the regular website hosting reseller programs. If, for example, a client wants to run some script which needs a particular app to be present on the server, there won't be any problem to install it on a virtual or a dedicated machine, but it'll be not possible to do that on a shared server where all reseller accounts are created. With minimal effort and investment, you have the chance to start a successful hosting firm of your own and to become a part of the ever expanding website hosting market.
Reselling Options in Dedicated Web Hosting
Our powerful Linux dedicated web hosting are an excellent choice if you would like to launch your own website hosting reseller business. Each plan contains more than enough system resources to accommodate a large number of users, whatever the type of sites that they would like to host. Since you'll have root-level access to the server, you'll be able to set up any software that they will need. During the dedicated server order process, you can select cPanel or DirectAdmin - two of the web hosting Control Panels that we offer, because both of them feature client and reseller areas. With DirectAdmin, you may even have sub-resellers who can have direct clients of their own. With every single server acquired with cPanel, on the other hand, we provide a selection of other software instruments at no additional cost - a domain reseller account with eNom, one of the major registrar companies, as well as a billing and support application called ClientExec, which contains a web payment gateway and a ticketing system.