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Shared Hosting FAQs

With shared hosting, multiple websites share a single physical server and its resources among the hosted websites. Choosing a shared web hosting plan, you usually get a certain amount of server resources your site can utilize. Commonly, shared hosting one of the most cost-effective option plans out there. Shared hosting is also very starter-friendly, as the hosting company manages server maintenance and all other necessary tasks. Your own website is the only thing you are responsible for.

You share a server with dozens, hundreds or even more websites in a shared hosting environment. Compare this with dedicated hosting where you have a whole server. VPS hosting shares some similarities to the shared hosting. For instance, VPS hosting uses a single server, but then that single server is partitioned into multiple virtual server environments. These server environments act as a dedicated hosting environment.

Shared hosting is aimed at beginners. If you are building a website for the first time and you would like to host your own website but outsource many complex technical tasks, then shared hosting is a great choice.
If you have a high – traffic website or a very large website, you ‘ll want to discover other hosting options, such as dedicated servers or VPS hosting.

Go to shared hosting page and select hosting package and click buy now.

Reseller Hosting FAQs

When operating as a reseller, you can appear to your end clients as an actual web hosting company. In fact, you would be “reselling” the services of an established web host. Typically, you purchase a reseller hosting package and then provide hosting to customers using these allocated resources. This allows you to make a healthy profit as you can charge your own customers whatever fees you want. Each of your customers gets their own Control Panel access, so they can manage their account completely on their own. In the end, your customers think it’s your server and your services.

Here is a real-world example. Let’s say that someone you know owns a restaurant. They don’t know a thing about hosting. But they know that they need it to keep the website of their restaurant online.

You offer them to host their website as you can probably give them a cheaper price than what they are currently paying and a better service. Additionally, most resellers include other services they can offer – web design and development, online marketing, SEO, etc.

Long story short, they get the hosting from, and you use your partnership status with the hosting company to provide the service.

Your client gets their own Control Panel, so they can manage everything on their own (like manage their email accounts). In their eyes you are the actual hosting provider. There is no mentioning of the real service provider anywhere on the interfaces they would access. You, on the other hand, get to make profit by charging them a fee higher than what you are actually paying.

Web hosting is a complex business. You need to build and maintain servers, rent or build data centers at multiple locations across the globe with reliable upstream providers, hire and maintain a staff of highly qualified individuals working on shifts around the clock (system administrators, technical support, account managers, and others), set up and maintain the entire software stack (server OS, web server, database server, email, etc.), implement billing solutions and backup systems. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

The great thing about reseller hosting is that it takes all that complexity out of the equation. You get someone else to do all the “dirty work” while you focus on acquiring new clients. With a good reseller hosting program, your end customers would not even know the difference. You would appear to them as the actual hosting provider, and you can charge them whatever fees you want. In result, they receive a quality web hosting service while you make a nice profit.

A major benefit of reseller hosting is the minimum operating and investment costs involved. You don’t have to spend any money on server hardware and software, which by the way have to be updated on a regular basis, data center infrastructure, and employee salaries and related costs. All of this is taken care of by the actual web host whose services you’d be reselling.

Another great reseller hosting benefit is the recurring revenue stream. If you are a web design company, normally, you would get a one-time payment for actually building your client’s website, and you could get some smaller payments down the line for doing maintenance/update works in the future. A great thing about web hosting (from the service provider’s standpoint) is that it’s a service with an expiration date and it has to be renewed monthly or annually. Thus, it can help you establish a steady stream of income.

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The explanation provided here might be over-simplified, but we are doing that for the sake of making things easier to understand. So, let’s go through all the basic steps you must take in order to establish a reseller hosting business:

  1. Research the market and select a reseller hosting program that meets your requirements and needs. We will cover the things you should look for later on in this post.
  2. Configure the hosting plans you wish to sell (set their names and technical specs such as disk space, bandwidth, etc.) and set their prices.
  3. Build your own hosting company website and market your hosting plans there.
  4. Drive traffic to your hosting company website and make sales.

Typically, you would have to sign up for a monthly hosting package deal, which would cost anywhere between $8 USD to $20 USD. You would have to build an actual hosting website with an online storefront, and if you can’t do that on your own, that could end up costing you a lot. Prices can vary dramatically depending on the scale of your project, so we won’t throw any specific numbers here.

We have a special offer for the Reseller Hosting Package, if you signup our any reseller hosting plan, we provide free website development services to our valued customers, contact now to our live chat support department.

Master Reseller Hosting

WHM (WebHost Manager) provides administrative control over your dedicated server or VPS. It allows a hosting provider to manage a customer’s account. WHM is also a reseller control panel.

cPanel and WHM are two tools that help users manage and control their web hosting plan. cPanel is a management panel that allows end users to manage their hosting service. Via cPanel, a user can manage the creation of a website, the creation and management of emails, the management of FTP accounts, the management of addon domains and subdomains, the upload and management of files, etc. Unlike cPanel, which is aimed at end users, WHM+ is the reseller panel. With WHM you can create cPanel hosting accounts. You can therefore modify, suspend or terminate a cPanel account, as well as change its resources.

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