Is it possible to use shared hosting for creating our own web hosting?

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You have to get reseller hosting for that. This will give you multiple cpanels as well as WHMCS to manage billing.

If you are using a single shared hosting, you wont be able to give hosting login to clients
 

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You have to get reseller hosting for that. This will give you multiple cpanels as well as WHMCS to manage billing.

If you are using a single shared hosting, you wont be able to give hosting login to clients
But do you know which is best and cheap reseller hosting?
 

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It's possible but not logical.
If you want to sell hosting plan your own customers, you can choose "reseller" accounts so you can seperate accounts for each customer and you can change environments for each customers, you can work on PHP 7.1 for one customer and you can work on PHP 5.6 for another customer for example.
This is easiest way for you but it could be pricy.
 
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ChintanBhat

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It's possible but not logical.
If you want to sell hosting plan your own customers, you can choose "reseller" accounts so you can seperate accounts for each customer and you can change environments for each customers, you can work on PHP 7.1 for one customer and you can work on PHP 5.6 for another customer for example.
This is easiest way for you but it could be pricy.
Yes i also got to know when i did some research on this.


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