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Reseller Hosting VS Shared Hosting

reseller Hosting vs shared hosting

Reseller Hosting VS Shared Hosting

If you are searching for web hosting options, you may have compared reseller hosting and shared hosting.

Shared web hosting is a type of web hosting where you buy web-space for your personal websites from web-hosting companies.

Reseller web hosting is a type of web hosting where you buy a bulk of space and can resell it to for profit.

Shared and Reseller web hosting have many similarities, and many web hosts offer both shared and reseller hosting. The main difference between the two are in the names ‘shared’, you are sharing resources, which is the same for ‘reseller’ in a way but you can resell the server resources. You can create your own web hosting accounts and share your allocated server resources with your clients.

Difference between Reseller Hosting and Shared Hosting

Reseller Hosting Shared Hosting
Reseller Hosting Saves You Money When You Have Several Domains. Shared hosting is the cheapest form of hosting.
Reseller Hosting Makes You Money.  A reseller account allows you to sell hosting, helping you to offset the cost of your server. The most outstanding feature of shared web hosting is its price. Shared web hosting costs $4-5 a month on average but with some searching, you could find offers for as low as $1-2 a month.
A reseller account is useful to those users who have a number of websites and want to save money, as a reseller account can be cheaper than purchasing multiple shared hosting accounts. When you sign for a shared web hosting plan, you get anything from 100MB to 10-20GB of disk space and 5-10 or more GB of bandwidth a month, which for a small site is not bad at all.
If you have plans to start to own web hosting business, a reseller account can be an easy first step in the hosting industry. For starters, shared web hosting is a good investment and once you find the right shared hosting provider and package; you might never have to look for alternatives.

If what standard shared hosting offers include is not what you need, there are some other types of hosting you might want to consider. If you are a web design company, reseller hosting might be just what you need. In some aspects, reseller hosting is a mix between dedicated hosting and shared web hosting. With reseller hosting plans you get a whole server just for you plus the right to resell space and bandwidth.

Reseller hosting is just great for web design companies because you can resell hosting to your clients. In some cases it might turn out that reseller hosting is the most profitable option for you – if you manage to sell enough web hosting space, the money you can make from this could be substantial.

 

Since web hosting prices are changing all the time, it is hard to recommend the best web hosting plans for shared hosting and for reseller hosting.

Limitations of Reseller Hosting :

  1. No time for your other activities
  2. Loss of money
  3. Until you have a big list of customers, reseller hosting business will make you lose some money.
  4. When you have constantly running through the customer problems and keeping your busy only in resolving them the whole day, you tend to lose your focus too.

Limitations of Shared Hosting :

  1. Shared hosting provides limited bandwidth and disk space.
  2. The shared hosting service is not reliable
  3. You need to make back-ups manually
  4. Shared hosting does not provide efficient technical support


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