I Just Registered A Domain Name And It Doesn't Seem To Work Yet. Is There Anything Else I Need To Do?

Congratulations on the new domain name! There may be additional steps required to configure your new domain name. If you ordered your domain name along with your hosting package, it should already be configured for your hosting package and you will just need to wait for DNS propagation.
If you purchased your domain separately, it may or may not have been automatically been associated with the correct hosting package. You can check by performing a WHOIS lookup to query your domain name's settings. The WHOIS results will contain the currently configured name servers.

How Do I Verify My Email Address When Registering New ICANN Domains?

Customers will be required to confirm the validity of the email address of the owner's contact information if purchasing a new domain governed by ICAAN. Speednames will send out an email to complete the verification process. You will For security reasons, no password will be asked of you in the verification e-mail sent.

Which Domains Need To Have A Verified Email Address?

All new registration orders for domains governed by ICAAN must have a verified email address -
Com, net and all new gTLDs.
This does not apply to country code domains like .in, co.uk, .se, .dk.

Why Can’t I Setup Web Hosting Or My Email Account On A Non-Verified Domain?

ICAAN requires us to restrict usage of the domain until you verify your email address, therefore you cannot setup your email or web hosting on a domain name which has an unverified email address.

Here is a step by step guide of what happens:
Your domain order is completed and your domain name is registered for you
A verification email will be sent out
Click on the verification link contained within the email
Once you have verified the email address your domain will become active
within one hour and you will be able to control your domain

Online Dispute Resolution

Please write us at support@crazymamba.com or abuse@crazymamba.com to escalate a complaint.

what is a reseller hosting?

Reseller web hosting is an option that involves one company (a hosting provider) renting hard drive space and bandwidth to another company (small-mid size business), who then rents the space to third parties (entrepreneurs-small business).
Simply put, reseller hosting is the ability to provide hosting to your own clients as if you yourself were the web hosting company. This is typical for aspiring entrepreneurs who want to start their own web hosting firm or for current web developers and designers who desire to add additional services to their brand.

How Does Reseller Hosting Work?

Here are the (perhaps over-simplified) steps to establishing a reseller business:

1) Research and select a hosting company
2) Purchase the reseller package that meets the goals of your business
3) Know and understand your target market to locate your new customers
4) Create your own branded hosting packages
5) Decide your price
6) Sell hosting packages to your clients
7) Earn profit

What Are The Benefits To Reseller Hosting?

Taking advantage of reseller hosting offers incredible benefits to your new or existing brand. As a reseller you’ll:

1) Get to act as a hosting company - make money hosting and creating websites.
2) Easily make profits.
3) Design your own hosting plans and packages that are tailored to your own business and clients.
4) Make independent cPanel control panels for each of your clients.
5) Save money with its low initial start-up costs with the opportunity to upgrade later.
6)Host and bill your customers using your unique brand.

How Can I Become An Entrepreneur And Make Money With This?

Reseller plans are designed for you to earn money and are often the least expensive and easiest way to start a hosting business. By using one control panel, this option lets you set up, manage, and operate the back-end of websites, emails and domain management for your business as well as your clients.
Many customers may not have the expertise or background in this area and will be completely dependent on you for setup and changes to their service…allowing you, the reseller, to charge a bit more for this hands-on type of service.
With that said, since the web hosting provider handles the servers, your focus is the profits and managing your hosting customers. This is an easy way to start making a profit from your web hosting business right away. Yet as with any business venture, you must create your business plan, know your target audience, and implement a marketing strategy to reach your potential customers.

What’s Included In A Reseller Package?

Below are some of the common features often included in Reseller packages:

Disc Space
Domain Hosting
Ability to brand your own web hosting company with the hosting provider company unknown to your client (also known as "white label") Latest cPanel control panel
Manage your own plans and configure different accounts based on your needsPass on features to your own clients such as email, control panel, additional scripts and monitoring tools Premium support (usually 24/7) offered by CrazyMAMBA

By the way, did we mention that CrazyMAMBA have received multiple awards for our reseller hosting?

What Is A Shared Hosting?

Shared hosting allows multiple websites to utilize a single server. Usually, you’ll have no idea who or what websites you’re sharing the resources of a server with. Each customer will usually have a limit on the total amount of server resources they can use, but this will be defined by your hosting package.Shared hosting is easily the cheapest and most economical option for your needs. However, the cheap price comes with limitations, we offer the most hosting space in the industry at the cheapest price with 99% satisfaction rate.

How Does Shared Hosting Work?

With shared hosting, multiple sites share the same hardware and software resources of a single physical server. Typically, a shared server has pre-installed scripts and software that every site on the server must utilize.
Think of it this way. Say there’s an apartment building that has dozens of apartments. Each apartment is a different website. But, the building’s resources like utilities and other apartment benefits are shared by each individual.

How Does Shared Hosting Differ From Dedicated And VPS Hosting?

In a shared hosting environment, you’re sharing a server with dozens, hundreds, or even more websites. Compare this to dedicated hosting where you have an entire server all to yourself.
VPS hosting does share some similarities to shared hosting. For example, VPS hosting utilizes a single server, but that single server is then partitioned out into multiple virtual server environments. These server environments act in a similar manner to a dedicated hosting environment.

What Are The Benefits To Using A Shared Hosting Environment?

Shared hosting is the perfect fit for beginners who are just getting started online. Since shared hosting is typically geared towards beginners the setup process is usually very intuitive and the host handles the more complex tasks. By choosing a shared host you’ll also enjoy other benefits including:
Cost savings as shared hosting is the cheapest form of hosting available
Shared hosting can usually be easily upgraded to higher packages
No technical skills required
Built-in cPanel integration, so site management is a breeze

What Kind Of User Would Benefit Most From Shared Hosting?

Shared hosting is geared towards beginners. If this is your first time building a website and you’d like to host your own site but outsource a lot of the complex technical tasks, then shared hosting is a great choice.
If you have a high-traffic website or a very large website, then you’ll want to look into other hosting options, like dedicated servers, VPS hosting, cloud hosting, or even WordPress-specific hosting.

what is a VPS hosting?

VPS hosting utilizes something called a Virtual Private Server. Essentially, this style of hosting mimics a dedicated server, but it utilizes a shared server environment.
Your physical servers will be housed in a data center. And a VPS is the portioned part of this physical server that has its own operating system, disc space, and bandwidth. Your VPS offers extensive server customization options, similar to a dedicated server, but at the fraction of the cost.

How Does VPS Hosting Differ From Shared And Dedicated Hosting?

VPS hosting is technically a combination between both shared hosting and dedicated hosting. With dedicated servers, you rent out an entire server, which can get pretty expensive fast. With shared hosting, you end up renting a portion of a server that’s shared with other users. Shared hosting is a solid option for beginners, as it’s generally much cheaper and provides you with the necessary resources to get your site started.
VPS uses a single server and that server is partitioned out into different virtualized server environments. This differs from shared hosting because with shared hosting you have limits on the amount of CPU and memory available, as well as other software restrictions. VPS usually offer baseline resources that you’re guaranteed, plus additional resources available at a moments notice should your site experience a traffic spike.

How Does VPS Hosting Work?

VPS hosting is similar to using virtualized OS software. For example, let’s say you have a MacBook Pro, but you really need to use the Window OS for a certain program to run. Instead of buying a separate Windows PC you could use software like VirtualBox or VMware. This software will allow you to run a virtualized version of the Windows OS on your Mac machine.
The same can be said for VPS. On the same single physical server, you can run several different virtualized servers. Each of these virtual servers will act as if they’re separate dedicated servers.

What Are The Benefits To VPS Hosting?

If you require a unique hosting setup, or you have a very large and high-traffic site, then you’ve probably thought about getting your own dedicated server. But, there’s only one problem. Dedicated servers are expensive! This is where VPS comes to the rescue.
VPS can be totally customized to your liking and give you much more control over your hosting environment when compared to a shared server. VPS hosting can also grow with your site as your traffic levels and resource needs increase.
VPS hosting is also generally more secure than shared hosting environments, as you’ll be the only site using the set server resources.

What Software Can I Install On VPS Hosting?

With VPS hosting you have much more control over the software that your server is running. Typically, the only limits placed upon the software you can run are the operating system the server runs on and your total memory allocation.