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    Webhosting Reseller Bad or Good?

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    Small companies or people who own their own servers usually don't have anywhere near the security of a large reseller company. Your customers don't need to know your hosting from a reseller account either. All you need to tell them is that your hardware is offsite, or that your datacenter is located in another state. With a small amount of research you can list a number of good reasons why it is better to have your server located at an offsite datacenter. The reason you mentioned about someone going out of business is a good one. With a reseller account, the datacenter would be happy to transfer all of the accounts to another reseller so that customers service would be uninterrupted.
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    Yes, I'd drop the templates. They usually kill search engine positioning because of they way they're coded. A good provider of reseller accounts will do everything in their power to hide their name on the reseller accounts. If they didn't then people signing up on your site would see their name and then just skip the middle man (you) and go straight to the source for hosting.
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