Registering a domain name and hosting one is commonly mistaken by many people to be one and the same thing. These are in fact 2 separate services - the domain address registration is the actual name and nothing else, while the hosted domains feature refers to the number of already registered domain names you can accommodate within the same website hosting account and have website data and e-mails for them. Your websites will function in precisely the same way regardless if the domain addresses 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 website unless you host this domain in some account so that records for it are created and it starts opening the information from that account.
Hosted Domains in Shared Hosting
Through our Linux shared packages you will be able to host a different amount of domains, no matter if you register them through our company or with some other service provider. In the event you host only a few domains, you'll probably use much less system resources, so you can go for a lower-end plan, which will be more affordable. If you choose to add more domain addresses to your account at some point, you can add additional slots using your hosting Control Panel and keep the current plan or you can upgrade your entire plan and use the added system resources for the new domains. Each of the upgrades will take only a few clicks and is activated straight away. As registering and hosting a domain address are 2 different things, there is no limit on the number of domain addresses you'll be able to register whatever the plan you’ve signed up for.