15 Apr 2016



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 sells them to customers, possibly for a profit. A certain portion of hard drive space and bandwidth is allocated to the reseller account. The reseller may rent a dedicated server from a hosting company, or resell shared hosting services. In the latter case, the reseller is simply given the permission to sell a certain amount of disk space and bandwidth to their own customers without renting a server from a web hosting company they signed for a reseller account with. (wikipedia)

A lot of web hosting companies provide reseller hosting service. With reseller hosting, the account owner of reseller hosting service rents out portion of the disc space and bandwidth he receives to alternative end users. Therefore, the account owner is sort of a hosting service supplier to those end users.


Reseller Hosting - PROS AND CONS

Price is surely the largest advantage of reseller hosting. A lot of the reseller hosting plans are relatively cheap, perhaps a few dollars a month. However, as we said before, unlike established web hosting firms, the resellers might not be able to provide good technical support.


Reseller Hosting Accounts are meant for one owner who wishes to resell hosting and act as their own hosting company. Depending upon which reseller plan you choose, you can have your reseller account from 10 to 250 cPanel accounts. On a reseller account, you would be able to set up each domain name so it has it’s own cPanel.

So its mean for whom who want to start their own business of shared hosting, its a starting point.

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