A parked domain address is one that's taken, yet it is not connected to any other service - web or email hosting. To put it differently, this type of domain will not open any real content in case you type it in a browser, but no one else can take it as you've already registered it and you are its owner. The main advantage of acquiring a domain and parking it afterwards is the fact that you are able to keep it and not stress that someone else might register it in the meantime if, for instance, the website for it is not ready yet. You can create a temporary Under Construction page for a parked domain name while you are working on the website, or forward it to another web address - temporarily or permanently. The second option can be employed if you have already registered domain.com, for instance, and you obtain domain.net and domain.org, so as to protect a brand name or a trademark. In this situation, the .net and .org domain addresses can be parked and directed to the .com because you don't need individual sites for them.

Parked Domains in Cloud Web Hosting

When you acquire a cloud web hosting plan from our company, you'll be able to register as many domain addresses as you want and park any one of them with a few clicks using your Hepsia hosting CP. Using our feature-rich Domain Manager tool, you can select from several templates and add your own text to each of them. If you would like to forward a domain name, all it takes is to type the URL, save it, and you will be all set. You'll be able to un-park a domain address and host it in your account just as easily and our system will do all the needed adjustments - update the domain servers, create DNS records for it, set up a domain folder inside the File Manager section of your account, etc. If you have numerous domains registered using our company, you can use a filter to see just the parked or just the hosted ones for a lot easier administration. Taking into consideration you can park a domain name only with its registrar, you can use this feature only for domains that are registered through us, but not through another company.