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Reseller Hosting allows you to create sub-packages within the allotted Disk Space and Bandwidth of your main Hosting package. You can use WHM to create Individual Custom packages (each with cPanel) and provision them to your Customers. Additionally, you can use WHMCS for billing (Not supported on the base plan).
All you need to do is just fill out the signup form and you’ll become a member of our growing reseller hosting community absolutely free of charge. As soon as you submit your signup form you will gain access to a secured Reseller Hosting Control Panel of your own, offering centralized management of your private brand reseller hosting business through a variety of easy-to-use options.
Using the free reseller program you can make profit by selling our services to your clients.
As our reseller, we help you establish and build your own brand name on the Internet, giving you total control over the features, pricing and packaging of all the value-added plans/packages that you can offer your customers. You are able to setup your own Internet business without having to make huge investments in infrastructure / servers. The web hosting market is still extremely profitable.
With your reseller account only one reseller control panel is included, so unless you decide to give someone else access to your reseller control panel (they would be using the same username and password as you) then only you will have the ability to create hosting accounts.
Basic knowledge is necessary in the use of HTML and scripting languages, familiarization with FTP/publishing utilities, knowledge of sending/receiving e-mail and administration of POP accounts, ability to register new domain names as well as edit existing domain records for your customers.
SSL encrypts information sent between your website and a visitor’s web browser so that it cannot be read as it is sent across the internet. SSL stands for secure sockets layer and it’s most commonly used when websites request sensitive information from a visitor, like a password or credit card number. If you’ve ever bought anything online, you’ve probably used SSL without realising it. Most web browsers display a padlock when you’re viewing a site over SSL, so you know the connection is secure.