Add-on for WHMCS | Introducing the “money-printing machine” for your virtual hosting platform!
At last, the Virusdie add-on for WHMCS (beta) is here! Start earning money by offering website security to all of your shared hosting customers like the big hosting providers, but without complex integration and effortlessly — with just one click!
The add-on deploys to your shared hosting platform automatically in seconds. It integrates with WHMCS billing and connects to all of your customers’ sites using cPanel, Plesk, ISPconfig and DirectAdmin.
What is the add-on for WHMCS?
Most small and medium-sized providers of shared hosting use WHMCS and management panels like cPanel, Plesk, ISPconfig and DirectAdmin for their customers. However, deploying a website security service that’s both profitable and convenient for your customers isn’t such an easy task.
All your customers will receive access to security services directly in their WHMCS panels, without the need to navigate to a server management panel! With the Virusdie add-on for WHMCS, you can start earning money selling website security services in just one click!
All your customers will want to save time and buy your services — after all, they won’t need to navigate to a server management panel if they can access security services directly from their WHMCS panels!
How it differs to Virusdie API?
The Virusdie API for integration is a fully-customisable product that let large hosting providers, domain name registrars and large web-services build their security solution and provide security services to their clients just the way that suits best for them. That is a complex approach. Of course, with that approach that is possible to earn millions, but the integration takes time and sources. And that is affordable for big guys mostly, who have such sources.
The same time, what about middle-sized hosting providers? They want to get started provide site security with Virusdie too. And that is why we developed the add-on for WHMCS! Of course, that costly for our partners than API, and you can’t customise all the things. But that takes just one-click to launch sales!
1. One-click installation. The add-on deploys to your shared hosting platform automatically in seconds. It integrates with WHMCS billing and connects to all of your customers’ sites using cPanel, Plesk, ISPconfig and DirectAdmin.
2. Helps your customers. Your customers can scan their sites for viruses at no cost. When they’re ready, they can upgrade to a paid plan to add cleanup and protection — directly from their WHMCS account pages, without any need to navigate to a server management panel!
3. Earns you money. Simply deploy the Virusdie add-on to your hosting platform in one click and it’ll start earning you money automatically!
Freemium or premium
Let your clients scan their sites for free, and then upgrade to a paid plan to clean and protect their sites.
That is a simple reselling model for Virusdie Tools. So that means you get the license at less price and you can sell with at full price. That is how you earn your fair dollar! 🙂
Deploy in just one-click now and start earning!
There’s nothing to integrate. There’s nothing to set up. There’s nothing to keep track of. Simply install the Virusdie add-on for WHMCS with one click and security services will become available to all of your customers on cPanel, Plesk, ISPconfig and DirectAdmin. Then, just sit back and enjoy a beer while Virusdie earns you money 🙂 That works just like the Underpants Gnomes Profit Plan: Your customer receives a notification about an infection on their site — your customer buys a subscription to automatically clean up and protect their site — you get your money!
Learn more about Virusdie add-on for WHMCS: WHMCS add-on page.
WHMCS add-on documentation (beta): Documentation (PDF).
WHMCS add-on white paper and pricing: Download PDF.
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