If you want to register a domain to make certain that nobody else will take it, however, you have not created the site for it yet, you could park it. It's a feature that registrar companies provide if a domain is not linked to any web or e-mail hosting service. By doing this, you can protect a brand name, for instance, and you will own the domain name in question although it won't load any content. If you'd like, you can choose some standard template that the registrar offers, like For Sale or Under Construction, you can also direct the domain to a different web address. Your second option is very useful in case you own a number of domains, but you want each and every one of them to open the same site. For example, you can register domain.net and domain.org, then park them and direct them to domain.com. In this example, you're going to need hosting for the third domain only and the traffic to the other ones will be redirected to it.
Parked Domains in Cloud Web Hosting
When you get a cloud web hosting plan from our company, you will be able to register as many domains as you would like and park them with only a few mouse clicks via your Hepsia hosting CP. Through our feature-rich Domain Manager tool, you can choose from a number of templates and add your own text to any of them. If you would like to forward a domain, all it requires is to type the URL, save it, and you will be all set. You could un-park a domain and host it inside your account just as easily and our system is going to do all the needed changes - update the domain servers, set up DNS records for it, create a domain folder inside the File Manager section of your account, etcetera. In case you have numerous domain addresses registered using our company, you’ll be able to use a filter to check out just the parked or just the hosted ones for much easier administration. Having in mind that you could park a domain address only with the registrar company, you can employ this function only for domains that are registered through us, but not through another provider.