Yeah, if you are to start a real hosting company, you need to get proper business registration, website, billing system, servers and all that. At a minimum I would suggest $1500 to start.
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Jan 1, 2016Posted in: Hosting Requests
You can check us out, all dedicated servers are company owned and colocated in two different locations, we also offer close to 24/7 Skype support for instant help! Skype: MPGServers
I can offer you this server for a low price.
240GB Samsung SSD
32GB DDR3 RAM
100Mbps burstable to 1Gbps.
Normal price $105 but I can discount it to be $80/Month
If you are interested in this offer please hit us up on Skype: MPGServers
Dec 28, 2015Posted in: Hosting Requests
You can check us out and use code "2016" that brings it down to $5/GB/Month and we offer all the requirements above other then a voice server (though we will offer that soon). You can also add us on out support Skype: MPGServers for fast support, just like this reply ;).
Jun 8, 2015MPGServers posted a message on Server Sponsor - 2GB Decent Server - More details in post!Posted in: Hosting Requests
If you are asking for a sponsorship, you really should not be so picky on the location.
Apr 2, 2015MPGServers posted a message on FlyHosting - Looking for Technical and General Support StaffPosted in: Hosting Discussion
Nothing to do with the fact i acted professional or not, I'd rather no have a kid come and slate my on a online forum over the fact i gave him a sponsorship or not. The fact being yes that message is correct and i'm not going to deny that, I never setup a server for you and for sure i never gave you the sponsorship you left after i said that message and i've never heard from you since....
Your idea was plain and boring and i doubt it'll work.
Just dropping my thoughts here, but did you ever proof read your post before commenting. You are a new start-up company in a field where new "kiddie" hosts open every week, I would assume you would want to stand out and want to show you are a professional looking company. If you were not already being judged for being unprofessional this post blew it over the top, when using "I" its proper to capitalize it, and it also is recommend to proof read a post before posting. Also even if the other person (not saying he/she did) act immature, or childish, you should not allow yourself to drop to the level of being rude, immature, or unprofessional. It's best to reply back professionally and move on, if the person keeps it up it only makes them look immature.
Above is just my opinion, but it's your company run it how you feel fit.
Feb 19, 2015Some things to think about when choosing a host.Posted in: Hosting Requests
1) Location of the server compared to where you or your players will mostly be located. The closer to the server the better the latency (in most cases)
2) The support you need, will you need 24/7 support, plugin support or basic support.
3) Are they a reputable host, have they been around for a while?
4) Are they in your price range. Remember sometimes cheaper means less quality.
5) What control panel do they use? Most people prefer Multicraft as it is fairly simple to use.
Also another note when choosing a host is if they care enough to put time into the client, you will find some hosts read your username then copy and paste their ad and move on. You can find hosts in these two forums.
If you are interested in us, you can check us out at www.MPGServers.com or you can add us on Skype: MPGServers
We hope you find the server host that will fit your needs!
Nov 3, 2014Posted in: Hosting Discussion
I will need help with things like:
- Advertising (I will need this most to help me make the money back)
- A controll panel (I will need a FREE one, NOT multicraft)
- Ram (I will need someone to help me with this)
- How to store data (the actual world data)
- A website (I will need help with my website)
Honestly, anyone that is looking to join the hosting market needs to have a business plan and some knowledge of servers. If you do not know how to store data or need help with ram, then I honestly feel you should not open. This is what you should do. Go learn how to fully run the OS you will be using, learn how your control panel of choice works, make a business plan, and after all of that if you need financial help you at least will have some knowledge and a business plan. You may even want to apply to work for a hosting company to learn the inside and outs of the industry.
Whatever your choice is, I wish you the best of luck.
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May 4, 2017billyolak7 posted a message on $1/GB Fallout-Hosting ϟ Minecraft, VPS, Web & Dedicated Hosting [DDoS Protected] [US,EU,AU,AUS]Posted in: Minecraft Server Hosting
Been running my server for 4 years, no issues. <3
Jul 23, 2016Posted in: PC Servers
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This means that encounters are infinitely more exciting and provides a unique feel.
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Every player has their time. Every player leaves their mark. In your adventures you will inevitably stumble across signs of someone else - an abandoned base, a winding mineshaft, a town long forgotten.
An Unforgiving World
Setting homes? That's not in vanilla, it's not on Minecraft.army. The only form of teleportation is the frequent player miles system, which allows only a limited amount of teleportation to friends. All excess that servers commonly have is removed.
Face it, with no chest protection of any kind, X-rayers can have a field day. The server has Orebfuscator to keep your stuff safe so you can worry about legitimate players.
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Jun 14, 2015BensDaMan posted a message on Looking for a cheap reliable hosting company! 2.50/GBPosted in: Hosting Requests
So you've made $320 on your server, and aren't looking for quality, rather, the cheapest thing you can find, that could easily destroy your server with lag, downtime, or just closing down and deleting everything before you have time to grab copy of the files?
You get my point; Invest in a quality host.
Jun 8, 2015xNdog831x posted a message on $1/GB Fallout-Hosting ϟ Minecraft, VPS, Web & Dedicated Hosting [DDoS Protected] [US,EU,AU,AUS]Posted in: Minecraft Server Hosting
I have been with MPGServers for a while now and I do not regret it one bit! They are some of the most kind and helpful people out there. Helped me with multiple issues I had no matter if it was big or small. There is not a better hosting company out there!
Apr 21, 2015SirJake posted a message on Whats the best free modded server hosting website!Posted in: Hosting Requests
As others have said you will have a hard time trying to find this for free. Even just a basic server for free. Companies need to make money in order to keep servers online etc.
Mar 30, 2015Boycot posted a message on Looking to Host/Support a server for FREE (Leaf Hosting)Posted in: Other hosts
I'd like to kindly point out that in your title of this thread, you said that all of this would be free. However, in the benefits section, it says you'd match the current payment of the client + 10% off.
Mar 15, 2015TheSmelter_ posted a message on What You Need To Start A Hosting Company -=My Opinion=-So, I'm going to get right to the chase. Right now, cooking spaghetti bolognese isn't going to be easy. The internet is full of recipes, and it takes more than $10 to do it efficiently. So follow this step by step guide to make your own spaghetti bolognese more likely to taste good (This is not guaranteed, this market is pretty packed with spaghetti bolognese recipes).Posted in: Hosting Discussion
So to start out, don't start with anything less than $10. I mean yes, you CAN cook spaghetti bolognese with less than ten dollars, but is it most likely going to taste average like most spaghetti bolognese, yes. You need the following things to COOK spaghetti bolognese.
1.) GOOD meat. Don't use that crap packaged meat that you get at the supermarket. Also, I would stick with 20% fat or less. I noticed from experience that if you're packing a pan with a bunch of fat, the spaghetti bolognese will become greasy. Next, remember it isn't all about marbling. I noticed that a lot when people are buying meat. They say "Oh look it! This packaged meat is way cheaper then the freshly cut one, what a steal!" But honestly, if you find something with that much fat that's that cheap, chances are it is very crappy meat, and best of all, the meat is probably nowhere near the taste of fresh. So get quality meat people!
2.) An attractive plate. It's best if you don't use an IKEA plate. although I have seen restaurants become popular off of them. Your best option is to pay for an attractive plate that kids like, because face it, over half of your customers is going to be ten-twelve year olds.
3.) A wooden spoon to stir the pasta
4.) A colander. The most popular one is definitely the bowl with holes in it, and that's the one I would go with. It isn't a good idea to start with a hand held one, as people like things they know how to use. Make sure this colander is big enough for your pasta.
5.) Tomatoes. You want people to know that your spaghetti bolognese is tasty, and without tomatoes, it isn't a good idea to start cooking.
6.) (Preferably) Cheese. Lots of cooks get this later in their career. But it definitely is nice to have cheese before you start.
7.) Pasta. Trying to cook spaghetti bolognese without pasta is going to make your dish one of the worst in the industry. So make sure to do it right, and know the answers to most of your questions beforehand, so you don't keep your diners waiting.
Next, you need to cook your spaghetti bolognese. Set good cooking times, and don't set the house on fire. This isn't a walk in the park. Know what you're doing before you do it.
Great recipe. Notice how I never really explained how to actually cook the dish (run the company)?
Mar 17, 2015Bowling219 posted a message on HubGalaxy | Minecraft Servers | Multicraft Control Panel | SSD | DDOS PROTECTION | 2$/GBPosted in: Other hosts
Mar 13, 2015BensDaMan posted a message on What You Need To Start A Hosting Company -=My Opinion=-Not only should this all be general knowledge to someone creating a business around Minecraft Hosting.. You shouldn't even really be putting this on these forums, as It's only going to encourage kids to add to the already massive pile of terrible hosting companies...Posted in: Hosting Discussion
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