What is Reseller Hosting?

What is Reseller Hosting?

Among several types of hosting like WordPress Hosting, Shared Hosting, VPS, Reseller is also a type of hosting service. Reseller hosting is simply explained as, one company rents the hard disk space and rents for the other company. For instance, you will act like a web hosting service provider for your client.

Benefits of reseller hosting

There are various benefits of reseller hosting and some of hem are listed below:

  • Create A One Stop Solution
  • Easily make profits
  • Host and bill your customers using your unique brand
  • Grow from small to big – start hosting for startups
  • No server maintenance

How to become a reseller?

If you are planning to become a reseller, pat yourself. You need to research and choose a web hosting company. After choosing a company, buy the reseller package they offer. Now, the reseller packages should match your business needs and the target customers at the locale. After which, decide your hosting packages and start selling.

It is an easy way to make profit . The reseller packages which are available are least expensive and designed in away to create profit. Through this you are an entrepreneur! Start earning profits by hosting!

Choosing a best hosing provider

As you are all set to be an entrepreneur, its time for us to choose a service provider o buy the reseller packages. Consider the following points:

  • Uptime
  • Renewal process
  • Refund
  • Hosting needs
  • Backup
  • Support 24/7
  • Scalability
  • Cost effective
  • Minimum Contract period
  • Profit
  • Return on investment
  • Risks involved
  • Server location
  • Private name servers
  • Brandable

It is important to provide your customers the best service possible. Choose a web hosting service based on the business you target.

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About the Author
Divya Priyadharshini M
Ms. Divya Priyadharshini Mohan is a research scholar in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with a specialization in Electric Drives and Embedded Control. She is a researcher with interests in the Internet of Things and Hybrid Renewable systems. Her past research publications are in the areas of Internet of Things, AC-DC-AC converters, DC-DC boost converter for low-cost wind turbines and guided undergraduate project students in the areas of location notification using GPS, RFID tracked traffic signals, steam less paper manufacturing. She also has worked in signals and systems. Her current research interests include standalone hybrid renewable systems’ security and control. She is a passionate reader and has authored a few short stories, essays, and a novel. Her leisure times are filled with books, music, and blogs. She has been blogging for 7 years and freelance as a technical writer cum blogger many businesses in the fields of services, manufacturing, and education.