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(Recommend) Which hosting provider is best to get whitelabel reseller?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by contentcouch, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. contentcouch

    contentcouch Power Member

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    Hi,

    As the title says, I'm planning to get white label reseller hosting, since many of my clients are asking. It would be great, if the provider is able to give all the products for reselling like domain and other such things.

    I'm considering godaddy reseller, but not yet decided completely till I get expert advices from BHW.

    Thanks.
     
  2. busaboss

    busaboss Power Member

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    Try Host the Name from BST. They're nice.
     
  3. educatedfool

    educatedfool Supreme Member

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    I second that and also recommend hostgator, but I guess Host the Name doesn't have 24/7 chat support. Don't know exactly, but when I tried to contact them a couple of times, no agent came up on the chat window.

     
  4. drytech

    drytech BANNED BANNED

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    I have been a hosting reseller since 2007 and GVO is the only way I'd go. They give you a lot of marketing tools like an autoresponder, none of these other resellers give you tools like that.
     
  5. educatedfool

    educatedfool Supreme Member

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    Are they related to HG in someway, cos I see signup process similar to HG's.
     
  6. HighRiskJohn

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    I've been a reseller with HG and I;ve never had any problems. I'm testing out Hostnine also because i'm building out some lead gen sites and my own blog network and the nice thing about host9 is that every time you assign a domain, you can pick where you want the hosting to be, thereby getting different ip's each time. Host9's CS is slower then HG, but I don't really need CS very often.
     
  7. contentcouch

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    Thanks for the recommendations. Will check with them, but will wait for some more comments.
     
  8. dkh1978

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    The whole website except the home page seems somewhat similar to HG, the home page resembles more like that of GoDaddy. I was not familiar with them, but looks interesting.
     
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    GoDaddy's interface drives me nuts. I use Hostgator and have always had any problems resolved quickly via chat or ticket system.
     
  10. Kokonel

    Kokonel Registered Member

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    There are already many well-established web hosting firms nowadays that offer affordable web site hosting plans with excellent capacity and quality.
    Check out these web hosts:
    Downtownhost
    Hosthongkong
    Hostgator
    They offer really nice reseller hosting deals - so, choose the host that suits your needs and provides constant and uninterrupted services and support.
     
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    well godaddy works for me