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Recurring Income webhost

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Koqui, Dec 5, 2011.

  1. Koqui

    Koqui Registered Member


    I havent come across a webhost that does recurring income to its affiliates (me, you). Which I find its better for the No0b (like me) to get started. I do have seen Whitelable, and other Set your price under your name template reseller, but nothing with an afflink.

    [email protected] only does once when they sign up :-(
  2. BlaqReaper

    BlaqReaper Junior Member

    Sep 7, 2011
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    Hostwinds has this check them out.
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  3. Koqui

    Koqui Registered Member

    Thank you! 15% recurring income. Nice.
  4. Taylor3

    Taylor3 Newbie

    Nov 25, 2010
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    One thing to remember is that with one time payout, with many hosts you're receiving 1+ years of the hosting revenue.

    With recurring revenue, 15% of even $10/month (will more than likely be 1/2 that) package is going to take nearly 4 years of the client staying with the hosting company to receive the same amount of money.

    In short... that isn't going to happen the large majority of the time. You're far better off taking the lump sum up front and being able to invest that into further marketing, etc.
  5. Rougemont

    Rougemont Registered Member

    May 23, 2011
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    I came across gorillaresellerhosting.com last night and was pretty intrigued by it. They offer a bunch of hosting services at low prices then you set your own packages and prices. They take care of customer support and everything.
  6. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

    Nov 21, 2010
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    You'd likely be better off just reselling it yourself. I use http://www.surpasshosting.com/ for my reseller hosting. Even with their smallest reseller package, you could fit dozens of small business websites on there without worry about bandwidth and storage caps. And if they're your personal clients rather than just people you're sending to a host, you can raise the price a bit because having everything in one place (your services, hosting, support, etc.) is valuable to them and they don't mind paying a bit more for it rather than getting hosting for $3 elsewhere and having separate companies to deal with.