Hello... I'm new to reseller hosting, and this may be a stupid question, but I'm going to ask it anyway... If I advertise "unlimited features" on my site (unlimited subdomains, unlimited mySQL databases, unlimited emails/unlimited quota for email accounts) does that affect the amount of space I offer each customer? For example... Do the amount of databases or mailbox quotas deduct disk space for each customer? I hope that made sense. I'm wondering b/c I've seen some hosting companies offer "unlimited" features and some put limits on them... I'm not sure which option I should go with ...
Well, everything that get written to the drive will use space, so unless you have unlimited size hd's, there really isnt a way to provide unlimited amounts of resources. If you have a 250gb drive, and offer unlimited resources and 1 user uses up say 80% of that drive, how can the rest of your clients get unlimited resources?
may I suggest that[ to me] 'unlimited xyz' is annoying but ok-ish,
but if you actualy use the wording 'unlimited features'. your not saying the features you offer have no restrictions, your saying you offer limitless features.
So if I signed upto 'unlimited features' I could request 2 cups of coffee per day to be included, and maybe some tax consultancy when required.
I'm being quite extreem, but it is important that once you define what your offering, you need to communicate it acurately.
I think, just avoid the 'unlimited' word..
I'll offer you plenty of Good Luck, but not unlimited Good Luck.
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I just checked on my server and the MySQL databases are not owned by the individual user so they should not be counted against your overall disk space limit.
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