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Last Post: November 18   (RSS)

Thanks though, Jeff,

We keep seeking continual improvement

Best,

Jerry Kornbluth

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Hi,

I am also undergoing a host change and done tonnes of research. I haven't made the switch yet but I have narrowed it down to 1.

They are UK based but also have USA servers, you can choose. Check it out for yourself.

https://www.20i.com/reseller-hosting

Thanks,Zaba,

I'll check them out as well.

What particularly sent them to the top of your list?

Jerry Kornbluth

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Thanks Zaba,

I did all that for Greengeeks but the devil was in the details.

It was when I tried to get them to transfer my cPanel and they came up with all the limitations and hurdles.

Have you already started using them?

Jerry Kornbluth

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By daniel - November 18 - edited: November 18

Hey Jerry,

When you say you need a "shared hosting solution so that each client is responsible for their own account" - do you mean where all of your clients have individual cPanel accounts under your umbrella/reseller account (if you currently have WHM, for example), or where all of your clients have their own individual hosting account with the provider itself?

Daniel
PHP Programmer
interactivetools.com

By gkornbluth - November 18 - edited: November 18

Hi daniel,

Thanks for weighing in.

I prefer that my client's have Individual hosting accounts with the hosting provider itself

Many of them have been burned before, when it turned out that under various arrangements with their (former) developers, they found that they did not actually have ownership of either their domain or their hosting accounts (or both).

They are happiest when I have the account access required for maintenance, but all of their accounts are legally in their own name, under their total control, and are paid for using their own forms of payment.

Thanks,

Jerry Kornbluth

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