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    Question In search of reseller host advice...

    I am thinking about becoming a reseller but don't really want to spend a ton trying it out. I would be willing to spend < or = to $20 bucks / month for a very reliable host, but don't know which ones are respectable, reputable, and have good quick customer service. Any help, tips and pointers would be welcome.

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    Re: In search of reseller host advice...

    Originally posted by Tweaked
    . . . . . . . . Any help, tips and pointers would be welcome.
    Increase your expendatures. Or decrease your expectations.
    There is no best host. There is only the host that's best for you.

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    "Increase your expendatures. Or decrease your expectations."



    You wont find many plans like at big places, such as McHost. However if you put a request in the "Web Hosting Requests" forums, I am sure you will get tons of replies.

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    Originally posted by phpcoder
    "Increase your expendatures. Or decrease your expectations."



    You wont find many plans like at big places, such as McHost. However if you put a request in the "Web Hosting Requests" forums, I am sure you will get tons of replies.
    I agree, most of the offer will be unreal, but, heck, that's your call
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    i also agree.. i would consider upping your budget a hair for a decent host.. remember, it's one thing hosting yourself, but when other paying clients come UNDER you and your host has poor support, then the pressure is on. :-/
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    do not go with a host too cheap. i make the mistake twice.

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    Originally posted by e-stefan
    do not go with a host too cheap. i make the mistake twice.
    Sayyyy it again! Amen. If you skim here, you're just going to have fustrations and problems and it is a hassle to move sites to another provider. not to mention your customers won't appreciate the crappy service very much either...
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    There is someone here offering mini-resellers accts, but I forget who it was. You also might check out Techark.com.

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    So far so good with my mini-reseller account with tqhosting.com -- check with Mark Price there, tell him I sent ya.

    He does custom plans and I have been a happy camper thus far.

    Mark

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