Merchants or future merchants....exactly what do you search for inside a website hosts merchant program?
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And I am REALLLY beginning to like the thought from the Virtual Server rather than the Virtual Host like at Hostingave.com or aitcom.net (of these two I love the energy/versatility of aitcom.net better I believe)
Better cost, then better support (friendly, fast, more personal). Really you cannot get one with no other otherwise it is best choosing the main supplier (if you're able to have that far in the chain).
AIT (aitcom.net) includes a good package if you wish to take a look at features. It is a shame their service and attitude are extremely abysmal. Their virtual server choices are much better than the merchant programs other companies appear to provide, in which you become sales staff on their behalf and obtain a few dollars from the normal cost and also have to jack up to be able to earn a resonable profit for companies that you might fit everything in for. I spread individuals type of merchant programs. I acquired into hosting domain names and so i could save smaller businesses some cash, not gouge them.

*****, another poor company, also offers good quality plans, including shared servers having a limited quantity of other accounts/domain names in it, less than 32. They bridge the space between your typical shared sever along with a devoted server.

Should you emulate what both of these wretched compnaies offer (and select better free programs than ***** offers, there is a terrible copunter and employ WWWboard), and proce them beautifully, you'd have very good choices. Simply make sur eyou DON'T emulate their horrible service and attitudes.
To be sure with Jasper, virtual servers tend to be much better than virtual hosts. I'd never consider what a lot of companies consider merchant accounts (more lies), in which you be a salesperson for his or her accounts at a few dollars business cost. With virtual servers, I re-sell MY space, keep the majority of the money (since i have do most or all the work with my clients anyway) and that i pay a few dollars per month towards the webhost. That appears a reasonable distribution of earnings in my experience according to services made.
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