What Are Cloud Sites?
So What am I Doing? What am I Offering?
If you are a webmaster for a lot of websites and you are interested in using Cloud Sites, then buying your own Cloud Site directly from Rackspace would probably be your best option. That's because if you purchase a $150/mo Cloud Site, it gives you the feature of having as many "Clients" or what they are calling now "Sub Accounts" on it, as well as host as many domains on it, as you need or would like. And if you are a webmaster, your probably getting paid enough by your own clients to make it worth it. Or, even if you only have one site, but it's a huge site in terms of traffic, a popular news blog, for instance, that gets hundreds of thousands, millions of hits per month, then going direct, is definitely worth it.
What I'm doing is selling these "Sub Accounts" for those, like myself, who have sites and Wordpress blogs and such, that we'd love to have such huge traffic volumes, but we don't right now. And so, if you have one or a few domains like that, of your own, and you would like the benefit of Cloud Sites, the ability to host on this resource without having to pay $150/mo, that's where I come in. Because whether you have your own Cloud Site, or have a Sub Account that you are subscribing to through me, all domains on Cloud Sites are treated equally as far as power and performance. The only thing that is different is the amount of resources. So you get the benefit of using Cloud Sites at a much smaller price, but with the assurance of knowing that if you do have a sudden spike in traffic, your site won't go down. Or lets say you have a site that has a relatively small amount of traffic but is steadily growing. You still know that it won't go down, and that at any time in the future, you could get your own Cloud Site, if it gets to that point. What I'm offering is a way to use Cloud Sites, which I feel is a superior product than the average "Managed Shared Host," at a price more in line with those services. That's the jist of it. Pretty simple. But if you have any other questions, I'd love to hear from you.