It’s a birthday celebration for Web Smart Central’s 1st business birthday.
I wanted to go all out and give a worthwhile gift away. So 17 holiday packages are up for grabs.
You get to choose where you wish to stay at over 250 premium location around Australia.
You get 7 vouchers for 2 nights each for 2 people, and you only have to buy breakfast and dinner at the hotel you choose to stay. Since you have to eat anyway, I figured this was a wonderful idea.
If you don’t want to eat at the hotel, some hotels offer a buy one night get the second night free using the vouchers.
To be eligible you have to invest in our Platinum Shared Hosting Plan, or any of our Reseller Plans.
At last after months of deliberating over whether to have reseller accounts or not, I’ve decided to include them into the Web Smart Central offering.
For those that don’t know, a Reseller has the ability to divide up their allocated space and bandwidth, and has a master control panel for their account. From there they can house other peoples websites completely separately (with their own control panel), effectively becoming a mini hosting provider. They can offer their clients the hosting space at whatever cost they desire. Being a reseller is fantastic for web designers, accountants, solicitors, and internet marketers.
If you chose your provider carefully then they deal with all the hard work, and you just get to make some profit. Some even deal with the support issues from your clients. This is still an area that I haven’t decided on what I’ll be doing. Let’s just say that I’ll find out the support ramifications as I go.
This is exactly where Web Smart Central started over a year ago, with a USA Reseller account. That was quickly outgrown, as we surpassed the hosting provider that was providing the reseller account. Plus there were clear signs that they were overloading their server so I moved away from them. Just in time as 2 months later they were no more.
If you haven’t read my report about overselling and the dangers of it, then I suggest you take a look.
The only force that drives hosters to overload the servers is monetary greed. But it’s just not worth it, it’s a business killer.