Every internet based product needs web hosting.
You can capitalize on this fact and open your own hosting service.
Learn how you can set up your own hosting service and billing system. get your piece of the web hosting pie!
Read on to find out more.
If you have a website up on the internet right now than you are already paying someone for hosting. If you don’t have a website up yet but are planning to this is for you too.
Every website requires a hosting account to provide a place for it to live. This is the file space on the internet for your site. Web hosting accounts also provide the infrastructure that is needed to run these websites such as email accounts and script handling.
Besides the fact that you are going to need hosting for your own websites, think about some other things you could do if you could sell hosting. For instance you can offer this as a value added service to clients that you create sites for or when flipping websites.
It is also a great way to create a recurring income. Think of it this way:
* Get 100 clients paying you $4.95 per month = $495 per month – every month.
You set them up, which takes about two minutes and then you are done. You continue to collect money for months or years to come!
That is just an example, but think of the power here. Once they have their websites up and running they are unlikely to move it. That mean a recurring income for you for a very long time!
Here are just a few reasons that you should have your own hosting service:
- Host all your own sites at one fixed cost
- Easy recurring income
- Great add on when selling or flipping websites
- Costs less than $30 per month to have your own hosting service.
And lots more….
I will show you exactly how to set up your own web hosting service
and free billing system.
All you have to do is follow the simple instructions in my video series.
- Here is just some of what you will learn:
- How to find hosting to sell
- How to set up your web hosting domain
- How to set up a free billing system
- and much more…..
Get started today!