FiX yOuR cApItAlIzAtIoN! Almost EVERY word you type is incorrectly capitalized. Very unrealistic. This makes me giggle like crazy
or laugh, whichever goes first... SeE. I cApItAlIzEd everything correctly in the last statement. Fix it, please.
Here's a handy dandy checklist. Answer each question with yes or no, and be honest about it.
You have at least three months of liquid operating capital; this means your bank account has an amount of money in it that will cover 3 months of your expenses. Server, site design, and your own salary: [Yes/No]
You have experience administrating the OS of your choice [Yes/No]
You have experience with your chosen billing platform of choice [Yes/No]
You have accepted that you may be called out of your bed at 3am because one of your servers just turned into a smoking crater in the ground [Yes/No]
You have accepted that you will not have a 9-5 job, you will instead spend the next half year working 14+ hour days, 7 days a week [Yes/No]
You are willing to risk that 3 months of liquid operating capital [Yes/No]
Answer any of those with a 'No' or 'maybe', and you're better off not doing it. Hosting ain't easy, it may look like it, but what you see as a customer is the tip of the iceberg. There's a lot more to it than slapping cPanel up on a dedicated server and calling yourself a host.
Number 3 on the check list is VERY funny :3Plus, I have a WHM ROOT Super Alpha reseller account, beat that.
I'm thinking about starting one also. I'm telling you this isn't easy. I have a 30% fail chance, but that 30% is really high. Think like the customer when you start. You would rather go with a expensive, well known host than a cheap unknown host that might be a scam.
Make sure that you have something that others don't have... it may be that brand new ssd that you've gotten your hands on the first, or free 512 MB(which is what I'm doing, don't steal my idea) with every plan as long as you have a coupon. Remember, it's not easy.
Make sure that you hardware is quality.
Try going for
128GB SSD in RAID1.
These are excellent specs.
But specs like those don't come at a cheap price.
They're usually at least $200 per month.. so you need to work on pricing so that you get more money than you lose.