Registering a domain and hosting one is often mistaken by many people to be the same thing. They are in reality 2 separate services - the domain registration is the actual name and nothing else, while the hosted domains feature refers to the number of already registered domain names which you could accommodate within the same web hosting account and have website data and email messages for them. Your sites will function in precisely the same way regardless of whether the domains are registered and hosted in one place or are registered with company A and pointed to company B. Simply registering a domain name without hosting it will grant you ownership, but will not enable you to have a site until you host this domain in some account so that records for it are set up and it starts opening the data from that account.

Hosted Domains in Shared Hosting

When you use shared hosting services you will be able to host a different amount of domain names, regardless of whether you register them with our company or using some other company. In the event you host just a few domain addresses, you'll likely use much less resources, so you can go for a lower-end plan, which will also be less expensive. If you choose to add more domain addresses to your account at some point, you can add more slots via your web hosting CP and keep the current plan or upgrade your entire plan and employ the extra system resources for the new domain addresses. Each of the upgrades takes just a couple of clicks and is activated straight away. As registering and hosting a domain are 2 different things, there isn't any limit on the number of domains you can register no matter the plan you’ve signed up for.

Hosted Domains in VPS

With our Linux VPS services you'll get ample resources for your use and since you're going to have your own server, it is only natural that you can host as many domain names as you would like. You can select among three web hosting Control Panels through the signup process and based on your choice there are two different options. If you pick our in-house made Hepsia Control Panel, all domain addresses hosted on the server are going to be managed collectively using one account and freshly registered domains will be hosted automatically, while if you select cPanel or DirectAdmin, you'll be able to create a separate account for every domain name and for new registrations you'll have to add the domains manually. The second option may just be more convenient if you want to grant access to a specific domain to a third party without giving them access to the entire server or to other domains hosted on it.