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    question about offering web hosting solutions

    if I wanted to offer web hosting solutions to user what would be better to get a dedicated server from an existing web hosting company or get the servers and pay for bandwidth of my own?... seems the latter is a bit expensive though


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    Well if your planning on being a small company, you obviously can't pay for servers of your own, so dedicated server's are the best options. But if your really serious about it, and plan on being big, get your own servers.

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    could this also be achievable using Virtual Private Servers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mia_tech View Post
    could this also be achievable using Virtual Private Servers?
    I don't know, i'm new to virtual servers. Set one up yesterday for the first time . I don't have a clue about any use for them. Sorry

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    Yes, you can do this with a VPS, and would be more viable financially for starting out (a reseller account would be best though).


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