Reseller hosting is a form of web hosting that gives you the ability to use your allotted hard drive space and bandwidth to host websites on behalf of third parties. You simply purchase our services in wholesale and then you may sell them to your customers, possibly for a profit.
A reseller account is ideal for you if you own a lot of hosting accounts and would like to control the resources allocated to each account or if you would like to start a hosting company of your own without spending too much.
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FAQs About ServCloud Reseller Web Servers
What is Reseller Hosting?
Reseller web hosting is an option that involves one company (a hosting provider) renting hard drive space and bandwidth to another company (small-mid size business), who then rents the space to third parties (entrepreneurs-small business). Simply put, reseller hosting is the ability to provide hosting to your own clients as if you yourself were the web hosting company. This is typical for aspiring entrepreneurs who want to start their own web hosting firm or for current web developers and designers who desire to add additional services to their brand
How does reseller hosting work?
Here are the (perhaps over-simplified) steps to establishing a reseller business:
1) Research and select a hosting company
2) Purchase the reseller package that meets the goals of your business
3) Know and understand your target market to locate your new customers
4) Create your own branded hosting packages
5) Decide your price
6) Sell hosting packages to your clients
7) Earn profit
Will my clients know it’s me…or my hosting company?
They will believe it’s you! You see, you can run your own hosting business under your banner and brand without your clients knowing who your actual upstream hosting provider is. This gives you total control in promoting your business with your name written all over it!
Do I need to be a hosting expert to succeed at this?
Nope. Your provider will handle all the backend, “dirty” work, so you can focus on building your business. Server hardware, connectivity, network infrastructure, hardware setup and maintenance, security and updates for your servers are all addressed by your web hosting provider. It’s a good idea to check into these things as you do your research to ensure that you’ll receive the best tech support if certain issues arise…and they likely will.