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    What does it take to enter the hosting industry today?

    18 years as a 1 man operation doing an average of 20 hr days behind a computer was enough for me. my current hosting business is only part-time. As a qualified barista if I have that sort of money I would set up a mobile coffee business
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    What does it take to enter the hosting industry today?

    With that money, I would start my own business, but most likely won't be hosting. I can pick up a brand new fully fitted coffee van for about £15,000.
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    What does it take to enter the hosting industry today?

    Patience, care, and understanding are vital in any service industry. I have seen many start-up web hosting businesses thinking it's a get rich quick business and when they find it not they just jump ship and leave clients stranded without their websites as they don't understand the business
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    How visitors can trust on your hosting business?

    In the UK it's all due to costs, far cheaper to outsource that in-house. The same as server costs, due to high electricity costs, etc. in the UK it is far cheaper renting servers in the USA, etc.
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    How visitors can trust on your hosting business?

    too many large companies (not just hosting) tend to outsource support and sometimes sales to companies outside their own country who 9/10 don't speak the same language as their customers without giving these companies good enough training, so everything to carried out to a script and they are...
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    How visitors can trust on your hosting business?

    This is fine if you are a small business where you can give the personal touch, but too large companies like go daddy then you are just a number to them
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    Whmcs vs Hostbill

    I am fully aware of exchange rates as I live in UK and ran my first hosting business from 1999 to 2018 with all my servers etc. in the USA, so paid everything in USD. with exchanges rates what I actually paid every month changed, but no more than 10 GBP, but I accounted for this when I worked...
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    Whmcs vs Hostbill

    No it's easy, you sell hosting in your currency for a cost per month. if you have 100,000 accounts then you simply divide your licence cost (overheads) by the 100,000 (or how many accounts you have). this gives you the cost per account to cover the licence (overheads). you then x 100,000 by...
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    Whmcs vs Hostbill

    So for you in Turkish lira 9999.95 USD = 8161.59 TRY 1 USD = 8.15974 TRY 1 TRY = 0.122553 USD taken from https://www.xe.com/currencyconverter/convert/?Amount=15&From=USD&To=TRY you have 100,000 clients (each with 1 account) so it is 8161.59 TRY div by 100,000 =0.0816 TRY per account per month...
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    Whmcs vs Hostbill

    yes because cPanel and WHMCS use the USD. the calculation works the same in Turkish lira or any currency
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    Whmcs vs Hostbill

    Did you read my calculations I did earlier i.e. you have 100,000 clients (each with 1 account) so it is $999.95 div by 100,000 =$0.0099 per account per month. then 100,000 clients each paying you an average of $15 per mth so 100,000 x $15 = $1.5 million per mth and you argue about paying $1000...
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    Whmcs vs Hostbill

    Exactly as its not just developing the software to manage clients and billing, but all the modules and apps that allow you to use payment gateways, control panels etc. If i have 10,000 + account on my server then I would not be moaning about spending $1000 on automated software to make my life...
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    Whmcs vs Hostbill

    Yes, no idea why hostbill moved away from monthly licences, but at least now they don't seem to changing their prices every week like they used to
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    Whmcs vs Hostbill

    all hostbill prices are lifetime (one-time), it all depends on how many support tickets are included and feature/apps
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    cPanel pricing gone up again

    but this thread is actually about cPanel price increase and NOT WHMCS price increase.
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