Registering a domain name and hosting one is sometimes mistaken by a lot of people to be the same thing. They are actually 2 separate services - the domain registration is the actual name and nothing more, while the hosted domains feature shows the amount of already registered domains which you could accommodate within the same website hosting account and have website files and email messages for them. Your websites will function in exactly the same way no matter if 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 allow you to have a site if you don't host this domain address in some account so that records for it are created and it starts opening the information from that account.

Hosted Domains in Shared Web Hosting

One of the primary differences between our shared web hosting packages is the amount of domain addresses that you can host within a single account. Owning more domains with active sites for them usually means using more server resources, so the more domains you intend to host, the more expensive the package. That way, we give you the option to pick a cheaper plan if you'd like to have just one or a few web sites. In the same time, you’ll be able to upgrade the package or keep the current one and only add more slots for hosting more domain addresses inside your existing account, so you'll never be restricted by this feature. No matter how many domains you host, there is no limit how many domains you can register in your account and it's up to you if you'll also host them or you'll forward them to already existing domains using the parking function.