Mhmmm....you have a point.
Damn Damn Damn, what to do?
i have 14 customers already.
but 13 of them are free beta testers.
(i had a beta program...a way of encouraging people to try my service, and hopefully write a review).
I also have one paid customer, making a total of 14.
I can't change my name as I'm a registered company.
Well, I can, but it would A cost a lot and B be inconvenient for both me and my customers.
What about my other domain, noblereseller.com
Perhaps I should move everything onto that one?
And no longer do Noble Cloud?
But then, what about my trade name?
That's Noble Cloud Limited.
Also, what about my existing customers?
On the upside though, by doing that I'd cut costs.
As at the moment I have to fund my cloud reseller account.
And also fund my server for the non-cloud reseller hosting plans.
If I was to just become Noble Reseller, I could then use my server to make shared and reseller plans,
thus no longer being in need of paying the extra fee for the cloud reseller.
However, then I won't be providing any cloud service at all.
It's a bad idea, as I'd have to find a way of sorting out my 14 existing customers hosting on the cloud reseller.
And I'd also have to figure out what to do with my tradename as thats Noble Cloud Limited, not Noble Reseller Limited.
And the two domain thing was Steve-Hostirians idea.
You see, my reseller accounts will not be cloud based, but my shared would be.
However, if I was to somehow shake off Noble Cloud and switch to Noble Reseller.
I could then provide shared and reseller (though not cloud) on the one server.
Rather than having to run one cloud one and one not-cloud one, if you get me.
But that doesn't solve the problem of my 14 existing customers.
But, in the long run, it's necessary I keep one, not two...as I need to think of finances.
What I'm trying to say is it would be cheaper for me to run the non-cloud server.
(where I can have shared, reseller, master reseller, anything I like really. I also have 1TB hard drive in it).
Than it would be for me to run the cloud reseller where I can only sell shared hosting.
And most people these days already have shared hosting,
whereas theres more and more people looking for resellers.
Mhmm....I don't think I can get rid of the cloud reseller.
Because by doing so, I'd have to throw away my 14 customers.
And there is no way I'm going to do that. Damn! What to do????