A parked domain is one that's taken, but it is not linked to some other service - web or e-mail hosting. Essentially, this type of domain will not load any actual content if you type it within a web browser, but no one can take it as you have already registered it and you are its owner. The advantage of acquiring a domain and parking it afterwards is that you’re able to keep it and not worry that somebody 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 webpage for a parked domain name while you're working on the website, 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 get domain.net and domain.org, in order to protect a brand name or a trademark. In such a case, the .net and .org domains can be parked and forwarded to the .com because you do not need different sites for them.

Parked Domains in Shared Hosting

When you buy a shared hosting plan through us, you'll be able to register as many domains as you wish and park them with a couple of mouse clicks through your Hepsia hosting CP. Through our feature-rich Domain Manager tool, you can choose from a number of templates and add your own text to any of them. If you want to forward a domain, all it takes is to type the URL, save it, and you will be all set. You could un-park a domain and host it within your account just as easily and our system is going to do all the required changes - update the domain name servers, create DNS records for it, create a domain folder inside the File Manager section of your account, etc. If you have a lot of domain addresses registered through our company, you will be able to use a filter to see just the parked or just the hosted ones for a lot easier management. Having in mind you can park a domain address only with its registrar, you can employ this feature only for domains which are registered through us, but not through another provider.