If I were to die…
- I use a password management application and have instructed my wife how to use it. This application holds all passwords related to my business, protected by a master password only she and I know.
- My wife has a 50% stake in Katz Web Services, Inc. and will legally be able to act as a representative of the company.
- I am a HostGator web hosting reseller. After speaking with a HostGator customer representative, they told me what would happen is that clients could call them direclty and sign up for an account with them. HostGator would then transfer their databases and all website files to their account for free. Even though in theory they could continue using my hosting forever (there’s password reset, auto-billing, etc), they would be able to get access to their information regardless of what happens.
- I use standard coding practices. Any web developer should be able to pick up where I left off without too much of a learning curve. There’s always a learning period when taking over a website, but all files will be accessible and open source.
“The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” – Mark Twain
I know that stating that “your information will be available to you” is a good start, but it’s not perfect. If requested, I will prepare a document for my clients with all their information. Otherwise, I am an optimist, and plan on being around for longer than their current website 🙂
Is your IP banned from your own WHMCS?
Who can remember all their passwords all the time? I have a password manager, and I still don’t get it right. I use the WHMCS software to manage client hosting and such, and so sometimes I get locked out of my own system because I’ve tried too many times to log in!
Here’s how to un-ban yourself:
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After a year of hosting the SEODenver.com website on WordPress.com servers, it’s time to finally move on.
WordPress hosting was a good way to get the SEO Denver Blog up quicky and without much forethought…but WordPress.com hosting was always temporary, and finally, the site has moved! Continue reading “The SEO Denver Blog is Now Self-Hosted”
A win-win solution: we’ll resell great hosting, you’ll pay less
Katz Web Design will resell hosting to our clients for a discounted price; $2.99 rather than $4.99, for example. The great part? Our clients will pay less for better services, and we get a monthly payment, rather than a one-time commission. Win-win.
There are many web professionals that resell hosting and charge them the “going rate.” KWD is reselling hosting for good — not for evil! Our clients are going get a great deal on web hosting — a cheaper package with more features than any other host I would normally refer them to.
If you’re interested in cheap, high-quality hosting, call: 970-882-1477. Continue reading “Denver web hosting — we're making the switch to reselling”