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Hosting services for a client

Hi was always wondering that if i was building a site for a client would i offer to host their site for them for a fee or would it be best just to send them all the files for the website i know that if it was a established company that knows how to host a site i wouldn't need to do this but if it was someone with very little experience please share your experiences with me

1 Answer

Misty Majewski
Misty Majewski
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You could use a "resell hosting company" this would allow you to be the host company. Some are really cheap. But I wouldn't do it for free. This would allow you to get extra money, and you would want to also charge a little for maintaining the site. You know fixing any bugs that may pop up.. This would be a fee you charge monthly!

If they really want the files, make sure they realize that you will charge if they need anything fixed or changed later on..