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The primary goal for HostShop is to make it quick and easy for you to create hosting packages and sell them through your white-labelled control panel.
To setup hosting packages you’ll need to:
You’ll be taken to the Hosting Services & Add-ons tab. Here you’ll be able to add the hosting products you want to sell to your customers.
To add a new service, select a hosting package type from the Add Service section. You can create and edit the hosting package types from the Hosting Package Types section.
In our example, we’ll select WordPress Unlimited.
Once you’ve selected the hosting package type and select Add Service you can start adding your pricing and select which renewal periods you’d like your customers to be able to renew using.
In our example, we’re going to set up two renewal periods with their own price.
Monthly renewal is selected by default, however we’ll want to give our hosting service a price. Your price will depend on the service you’re offering, so for WordPress Unlimited we’re going to set the price to £14.99 a month, enter the price and select Add Pricing Option.
Next, we’re going to add an annual price, to do this select the Add Renewal Period drop down and select Annually, select Add Renewal Period. You’ll see another tab appear called Annually - here you can add your annual price.
In our example, we’re going to offer an incentive to pay annually by offering 2 months free included in the price. So we’ll multiply our monthly price by ten for the 12 months of service.
We now have a service that a potential customer can sign up to either monthly or yearly.