Reseller Hosting Plans with Free SSDs, cPanel, and WHMCS.
Become a web hosting and domain reseller using our customizable white label ready reseller plans. Our Shared and VPS Linux Reseller Hosting plans include robust features such as FREE WHMCS, eNom, cPanel, Dedicated IP, SSL, and more.
The Basic/Pro Reseller programs and Reseller Hosting are intended for different types of resellers and customers. With the Basic/Pro Reseller programs, your customers use a white-labeled Yajora storefront and shopping cart to make their purchases. Yajora processes the payments on our payment servers and delivers your commission. With Reseller Hosting, you have more control of how you sell your services and how you bill your customers. You sell through your own storefront and process your customers’ payments directly. At this time, the Basic/Pro Reseller Programs and Reseller Hosting are not integrated. That means you can’t manage customers that go through the white-label storefront from the Basic/Pro Reseller Programs in Reseller Hosting.
Business Hosting is a Virtual Private Server (VPS) solution that delivers the same power and performance as a VPS without the need of server administration. You get all the RAM, CPU and bandwidth you need without having to be an IT pro to manage your server. Unlike a shared hosting platform, Business Hosting provides more consistent performance and better security with dedicated memory and disk-space resources so your customers websites aren’t affected by activities on other resellers’ customers’ websites.
The buy rate for resellers using Reseller Hosting is the same as the buy rates for the Pro Reseller Program. However, with Reseller Hosting, you can only resell domains and hosting. If you’re interested in selling more of Yajora’s products, you would need to sign up for the Basic or Pro Hosting Reseller Program.
Sorry, no. Reseller Hosting is meant for resellers who want more control of what they sell, how they sell it and how their customers pay. Resellers using Reseller Hosting sell their products and any packages they create on their own storefront, then bill or process customer payments directly using their own merchant accounts or payment gateways.