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How to set up a site to sell domain names and hosting?

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Msg#: 4001115 posted 11:50 pm on Oct 4, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hello, I'm from Latin America, excuse my English is not very good. I am interested in creating a website to sell hosting, and domain, which would be the hook to sell hosting. But I would like if someone can tell me how do I put a form on my website domains. Anyone have a link or html code, for this purpose. Thanks, Milton .-



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Msg#: 4001115 posted 3:35 am on Oct 7, 2009 (gmt 0)

There is a lot more to it than simply adding a form. You will need to find a domain registration company that offers an affiliate program, preferably "white label".

White label means they are presented with your companies branding as they buy the domain.

An example would be...
You sign up as an affiliate of a domain registration company, they provide you with an html form to put on your site. When a user on your site uses the form the user it taken to the registration company, but the site looks like yours.

Once there they buy the domain they are sent back to your site. The concept of white label affiliations is to make the purchase seamless to most users, they will think they bought the domain from the same website. This may however lead to a lot of additional support requests from domain customers.

We arent allowed to mention specific companies here but if you search for companies that offer such services you should be able to find something that will work for you.

Hope this helps.


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