I recommend Audentio. Their work is simply amazing and top quality. They are very active in the forum community as well. They have a lot of testimonials as well. Like said above, it is way better to have a unique design, and In my opinion, if this is your choice, I would go with Audentio. However, if you are fine with a template for now, you can checkout Thememonster. I hear a lot about them, however do not have any experience with them. Basically, my suggestion, when going higher up get a custom design, but for starting off you can start with a template.
I agree that most web hosting companies sites will have similarities. For example most companies will offer multiple plans and the easiest way to display that is with a table.
Also as many hosting companies use the same software you will always find a similar selection of software logos
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though most resellers often start on a low budget, I understand why you need a usual template prevalent in the business, i will also recommend that to get you started, but if you really need to establish yourself, you must start building your own brand from scratch.
Just looking through these discussions and wondering if anyone has experience in pricing web graphic design (not development) - specifically when the client has a custom graphic design layout they want to work toward. Most clients seem to want a set price but the actual graphic design involved can sometimes go on for weeks and made worse by client making constant changes along the way. Is there a fairer pricing method that ensures the designer is not always the one out of pocket? Note - clients don't seem to like the $/hr method either. thanks.