|Do you have multiple domain names each using its own hosing
account? You may be spending un-necessary money on web hosting
fees. Many hosting companies have a function that will allow you
to host multiple domain names on one hosting account.
There is a little know and often miss-understood feature on
most hosting control panels in use today. This is the add-on
domain feature. This feature, if allowed by your web hosting
company, will allow you to host multiple domain names in one
hosting account. The allocated resources for this account will
be shared between the domain names. Most hosting customers
utilize a very small part of their allocated disk space and
bandwidth per month. By using two or more domain names on one
account you can start using those under-utilized resources and
stop paying for multiple hosting accounts.
To add on an additional domain to your hosting account take
little more than filling out a small form and clicking the save
button. Each control panel is slightly different. Your hosting
company can offer exact instructions if you have trouble with
this. You do of course need to point the dns of the addon
domains to the dns provided for you main domain.
So if you have multiple domain names and excess resource on your
hosting accounts start combining your hosting accounts and save
yourself some money on your hosting expense.
About the author:
Jay Miller is the owner of Host298.com, offering affordable, reliable
webhosting. You can give us a try before you buy with our 30
day FR>EE trial.
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