Find out more about parked domains - what they are and in what kind of situations it is good to have your domain names parked.
If you wish to register a domain to make certain that no one else will take it, however, you haven't built the site for it yet, you may park it. It's a feature that registrar companies provide when a domain address isn't linked to any web or e-mail hosting service. That way, you can protect a brand name, for example, and you will own the domain address in question although it won't open any content. If you would like, you may choose some standard template that the registrar provides, like For Sale or Under Construction, alternatively you can forward the domain to another web address. Your second option is very helpful if you own a number of domain names, but you want all of them to open the same site. As an example, you could 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 address only and the traffic to the other ones is going to be redirected to it.
Parked Domains in Shared Hosting
With each and every shared hosting plan which we offer you’ll be able to park as many domains as you would like and unlike other companies, we don't have any service fees for that. Naturally, you can do this exclusively for domain addresses which are registered through us as parking a domain is possible only through the registrar, and not through the host unless you have the two services with just one company. We have got a feature-rich Domain Manager tool where you can conveniently park and un-park domain names, select one of the templates that we provide and add custom text to it, or direct a domain to a URL of your preference. If you host a parked domain, our system will change its name servers and create a folder in the File Manager automatically. You can also set filters and see only the parked or only the hosted domain names, which will permit you to control them quick and simple.