Hosting Charge

Discussion in 'Hosting' started by paulocon, Sep 7, 2006.

  1. paulocon

    paulocon New Member

    Hi,

    Just doing up a costing for quite a large client. Design cost is fine - just wondering what costing to put on the hosting side of things.

    Basically look at 150K Page Impressions Per Month ad also need to allow for online ordering (SSL)..

    Anyone have any idea what a reasonable charge would be for hosting?

    Regards,
    Paul
     
  2. Cormac

    Cormac New Member

    you're a bit bare on information paul...
    do you need dedicated hosting or shared?
    what platform?
    what database do you require?
    bandwidth?
    storage space?
    email?
     
  3. paulocon

    paulocon New Member

    Rollo,

    Sorry about that. I have a reseller account already so hosting is sorted. Really looking to know what I should re-charge, i.e. what the going rate would be for a site with this traffic...

    PHP/MySQL
    Between 10 and 20 email addresses
    Storage space not really an issue
    Linux Based

    Regards,
    Paul
     
  4. louie

    louie New Member

    look at what other hosting companies are charging and ask for the same price as you have a reseller account, the add the price for the SSL cert.
    Is not good to overcharge as sooner or later they might find out and it won't be nice to get a good client asking questions of what and why.
     
  5. paulocon

    paulocon New Member

    Louie,

    I've had a look around but have seen varying figures.
    I am just looking to come up with a fair rate inclusive of the SSL Cert.
    Last thing I want is to over-charge, that's why I am checking on here..
     
  6. louie

    louie New Member

    If you get yourself a decent figure in between what others are charging then you should be alright.
     
  7. SlitheryImp

    SlitheryImp New Member

    Will you also be doing support? Don't forget that... most large clients will be OK with paying a premium as long as the support and uptime meets their expectations.
     
  8. dbee

    dbee New Member

    Hosting ... ?

    oops ...
     

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