When you have your own web hosting server, virtual or dedicated, you'll be able to start your own hosting reseller business and to make good money in a market that keeps growing each and every year. With the increasing need for sites, you will need just 3 things to start - a server; a billing app, which will be the connection between your web store and the hosting space; and an account with a payment processor, that will help you accept web transactions. While there are ready-made reseller applications available, the use of your own server will provide you with additional control over the software environment. To be able to set up server-side software, for example, provides you with a benefit over competitors and will mean many more pleased clients. Using a standard reseller program, the accounts are set up on a shared server, so no software can be installed and, because of this, some Internet sites may not operate efficiently. Having your own reseller company will give you the chance to make a profit, while you may still use the server for hosting your personal websites too.

Reselling Options in Dedicated Hosting

Our powerful Linux dedicated servers hosting packages are a fantastic choice if you wish to launch your own hosting reseller business. Each and every plan includes adequate resources to accommodate numerous users, regardless of the type of Internet sites that they would like to host. Due to the fact that you'll have root-level access to the server, you will be able to install any kind of software that they'll need. During the dedicated server order process, you'll be able to pick cPanel or DirectAdmin - two of the web hosting Control Panels that we supply, as both of them have client and reseller parts. With DirectAdmin, you can have sub-resellers who can have direct customers of their own. With every single server obtained with cPanel, on the other hand, we provide a couple of other instruments at no additional cost - a domain name reseller account with eNom, one of the major registrar companies, as well as a billing and support application known as ClientExec, that features a web payment gateway plus a ticketing system.