In order to keep up the conversation I want to tell you some information about reseller hosting.
The main idea of reseller hosting is to try yourself in web hosting business and to make money.
here are two types of reseller hosting. They are:
Traditional (bulk) reseller hosting lies in wholesaling big amount of hosting packages for the lower price and reselling them for the higher price. In this case you won’t be responsible for supporting your clients. All technical issues will be solved by your hoster’s support service.
Private label reselling means such kind of reselling activity, when you buy special reseller package and may create and sell your own hosting packages. You may purchase it from any web hosting company that provides reselling plans. After you choose the hosting plan that includes a certain number of webspace, bandwidth and various software applications, you are able to create your own hosting accounts. All hosting packages go with control panel (Helm, cPanel, Plesk, etc.). In your control panel you may allot traffic and webspace and enable/disable different features of the created accounts. You may also set your own prices. If you choose private label hosting you must be ready to solve your customers’ problems. Your hoster’s customer service supports only your account but not your customers’. Private label hosting is the best way to try yourself in hosting business and to get a valuable experience, especially if you are going to create your own hosting company.
I noticed that my shop buyers are visitors who came from organic google search, but I also use google adwords, but it's not efective for me.
Do you think that visitors from organic search simple buy more offet or just I use adwords in not proper way? What is your experience?
Re: Better sales with SEO or Adwords?
You would definitely get more visitors if you were #1 in the organic searches. Organic searches get about 80% of the traffic that comes from the first page, while Google AdWords (side ads) only get about 20% of the traffic from the first page.