A parked domain address is one which is taken, but it's not connected to another service - web or e-mail hosting. Basically, this type of domain address won't load any real content in case you type it in a web browser, but no one else can take it as you have already registered it and you are its owner. The advantage of getting a domain name and parking it afterwards is the fact that you will be able to keep it and not stress that someone else may register it in the meantime if, for instance, the website for it is not ready yet. You could create a short-term Under Construction webpage for a parked Internet domain while you are working on the site, or forward it to another web address - temporarily or permanently. The second option can be employed when you have already registered domain.com, for example, and you obtain domain.net and domain.org, so that you can protect a brand name or a trademark. In this situation, the .net and .org domains can be parked and forwarded to the .com since you do not need different sites for them.

Parked Domains in Shared Website Hosting

You're going to be able to park as many domain addresses as you would like with any of the shared website hosting plans that we offer you. However, this feature is offered only for domain addresses registered here because the service is always provided only by the registrar. Unlike many companies, we do not charge anything additional for parking a domain address and the process takes just a few mouse clicks in your Hepsia Control Panel. We've got a number of parking templates to pick from where you can include custom text. If you choose to host a parked domain name in the future, adding it to your account takes simply a click. Everything essential for your website to start showing up, like setting up a domain folder and setting up DNS records will be done automatically by us. Our feature-rich Domain Manager tool will allow you to view a full list of the domains that you've registered using our company and you can set a filter to see just the parked or only the hosted ones.