When you have your own hosting server, virtual or dedicated, you will be able to start your own hosting reseller business and to make good money in a market that grows each and every year. With the growing demand for websites, you will need only three things to start - a server; a payment app, that will be the connection between your electronic store and the website hosting space; and an account with a billing processor, that will allow you to accept web payments. As there're ready-made reseller applications out there, the usage of your own server gives you additional control over the software environment. The ability to install server-side software, for instance, gives you an advantage over competitors and will mean more satisfied clients. When you use a standard reseller program, the accounts are set up on a shared server, which means that no software can be installed and, as a result, some sites may not operate effectively. Having your own reseller business gives you the option to generate income, while you can still use the server for hosting your personal sites too.

Reselling Options in Dedicated Hosting

Our powerful Linux dedicated servers hosting packages are a fantastic choice if you'd like to create your own web hosting reseller business. Each package features enough resources to accommodate a large number of users, regardless of the type of sites that they wish to host. Due to the fact that you'll have root-level access to the server, you can set up 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 offer, since both of them have client and reseller areas. With DirectAdmin, you can have sub-resellers that can have direct customers of their own. With each server obtained with cPanel, on the other hand, we give a number of other software instruments at no additional cost - a domain name reseller account with eNom, one of the leading registrar companies, and a billing and support application named ClientExec, which contains a web payment gateway plus a ticketing system.