A parked domain address is one that is taken, yet it is not linked to some other service - web or email hosting. Basically, such a domain won't load any real content if you type it in an Internet browser, but no one else can take it as you've already registered it and you are its owner. The best thing about getting a domain name and parking it afterwards is that you are able to keep it and not worry that somebody else could possibly register it meanwhile if, for example, the site for it is not ready yet. You can create a temporary Under Construction webpage for a parked Internet domain while you're working on the site, or direct 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 get domain.net and domain.org, so that you can protect a brand name or a trademark. In this case, the .net and .org domain addresses can be parked and directed to the .com since you don't need separate sites for them.

Parked Domains in Cloud Hosting

You are going to be able to park as many domain names as you want with any of the cloud hosting plans which we offer. Naturally, this feature is offered exclusively for domain names registered here since the service is always provided only by the registrar. As opposed to the majority of service providers, we do not charge anything additional for parking a domain address and the process is going to take only a couple of clicks in your Hepsia CP. We also have a few 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 will take simply a mouse click. Everything needed for the website to start showing up, including setting up a domain folder and setting up DNS records is going to be done automatically by us. The feature-rich Domain Manager tool will allow you to see a full list of the domains that you have registered through our company and you’ll be able to set a filter to view only the parked or only the hosted ones.