If you obtain a virtual or a dedicated server, you'll be able to use it not just to host your personal sites, but, in addition to resell hosting plans to other people. This allows you to make good money, since the number of people who build their first site grows and the demand for website hosting services is growing year after year. Aside from the server itself, you'll also need a merchant account with a payment processor, that will enable you to accept transactions on the web, and a billing application in order to link each of them. Using your own server means having extra control when compared to the traditional web hosting reseller programs. If, for example, a customer has to run some script that requires a certain application to be present on the server, there will not be a 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 option to start a successful hosting business of your own and to become a part of the ever-growing hosting market.
Reselling Options in Dedicated Hosting
Our powerful Linux dedicated servers hosting packages are a wonderful choice if you would like to launch your own web hosting reseller business. Each package has more than enough resources to accommodate a great number of users, whatever the type of sites that they wish to host. Since you'll have root-level access to the server, you'll be able to install any software that they may need. During the dedicated server order process, you are able to select cPanel or DirectAdmin - two of the web hosting Control Panels that we offer, due to the fact that both of them feature client and reseller areas. With DirectAdmin, you may even have sub-resellers that can have direct customers of their own. With every single server ordered with cPanel, on the other hand, we provide a selection of other instruments at no extra cost - a domain name reseller account with eNom, one of the most well-known registrar companies, and a billing and support application called ClientExec, which features a web payment gateway plus a ticketing system.