How to contract a BigBuy recommended server on Nominalia

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How to contract a BigBuy recommended server on Nominalia

BigBuy has carried out a series of tests on Nominalia servers to ensure that they function correctly with BigBuy. 

Due to this, we have verified and recommend two VPS servers from Nominalia as suitable for working with our solutions, both for our dropshipping 360º store and for the PrestaShop and Woocommerce stores. You can view and contract them here.

To contract a recommended server on Nominalia, follow the steps below:  

  1. Go to the BigBuy recommended servers page on Nominalia here.
  2. You will see the available options: VPS L-SSD4 and VPS XL-SSD5
  3. Select the server that is best suited to your business. If you are thinking of having an online store with a lot of products, choose the second one which has greater capacity.
  4. Select whether you want to pay for it monthly or annually.
  5. This will take you to a page with a summary of the server to be contracted and its price.
  6. If you do not have a Nominalia account, create one and proceed to the server payment.
  7. Once the contract has been arranged, you will receive a series of emails from Nominalia with your hosting information. In the following document, there is a step-by-step guide to activating the server and managing your CMS (WooCommerce or PrestaShop).
  8. If you are contracting the server for a dropshipping 360º store, you will need to enter this information and the access to your Nominalia customer account on the BigBuy Control Panel, in the Store section, so that we can configure it.  
If you are not using a BigBuy recommended server, you need to ensure that the requirements detailed in the following articles are complied with:

Server requirements for an online WooCommerce store

Server requirements for an online PrestaShop store

As if you don’t do this, it is possible that the BigBuy solutions may not function correctly with your store.