What is Reseller Hosting

Reseller hosting is a form of web hosting wherein the account owner has the ability to use his or her allotted hard drive space and bandwidth to host websites on behalf of third parties. The reseller purchases the host's services wholesale and then sell them to customers, possibly for a profit.

 

How Does Reseller Hosting Work?

 


We issue you with your own Web Host Manager account - this is your control panel where you create hosting accounts for your clients. Each client will get their own cPanel, where they can create emails, setup ftp accounts, upload content, change passwords, view visitor statistics and much more without needing assistance from you.

 

You look after your clients, while we look after you and your hosting infrastructure.

 


Our resellers have the ability to host unlimited sites. As a reseller, you create your own packages and prices. Being a reseller is completely anonymous. 100% white label allows you to perform as an independent hosting company. Our Hosting control panel supports 23 languages, has over 200 pre-loaded scripts that can be installed instantly. (WordPress, Own cloud, Drupal, Joomla, Magneto and many more) Reseller hosting plans allow you to provide profitable hosting to your clients



Main Benefits:

Fixed Monthly Pricing

Host Unlimited Websites

Unlimited Earning Potential

Unlimited Bandwidth

 

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