Hosting

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  1. Michlap

    Michlap Regular Member

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    If I contact a business about setting up a website, and assuming the owner has no knowledge of this whatsoever, how do I go about hosting?

    Obviously they need a hosting account, and for it to be renewed it would need to go on their card - would I have to ask for their card details to set it up?
     
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    You get yourself a host (with your own affiliate link) and then ask them money for like some 5 years package, etc..
    Also ask them to contact you after 5 years...
     
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    ohhhhh so this is how it is done?

    Wont they be able to log onto the hosting then however and see my card details?

    As surely I will have to hand over all the details to them?
     
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    You won't had over your hosting account or Cpanel details to them, nor will they ask..
    As they have 0 knowledge about this.
     
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    Get a reseller acount, and bill them your own price.
     
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    Reseller account (useful if you have or prob will have multiple customers), or sign up for their own account and bill them, or direct them to a host through your affiliate, but this sounds unlikely.