In order to make a website, you need 2 things - a domain name and a web hosting plan for it. The domain registration is the actual web address which you type in a browser to access a website, while the hosting space is where your website data is going to be. These are two tightly related, but independent services, even though many people assume that registering the domain name is enough. Similar to the disk space and the monthly traffic features which a given hosting plan features, there are a certain number of registered domain names you can add as hosted i.e. you can have the web content for them in some account even when the domains are actually registered via a different company. In technical terms, it does not matter if a domain is registered and hosted with the same company or is registered with one company and pointed to another - in any case your sites will operate the very same way.

Hosted Domains in Shared Hosting

One of the primary differences between our shared hosting plans is the amount of domain names which you can host in one account. Owning more domains with functioning web sites for them means employing additional server resources, hence the more domain addresses you intend to host, the more expensive the plan. In this way, we provide you with the chance to choose a cheaper plan if you want to have just one or a couple of sites. In the same time, you are able to upgrade the plan or keep the current one and only add extra slots for hosting more domains within your existing account, so you will not be limited by this feature. Irrespective of how many domains you host, there's no limit how many domains you can register in your account and it is up to you if you'll also host them or you will direct them to already existing domains via the parking function.