Knowledgebase: Domain Names
What is the difference between a parked domain and addon domain?
Posted by Robert on 25 April 2008 10:40 PM
A parked domain is a domain name that points to your main Web site on your account. For example, if trees.com is your main Web site, you can purchase the trees.net and park it. This way if a visitor were to type trees.net they would see the same Web site as if they had typed trees.com


An add-on domain allows you to have two separate Web sites on your account that share the space. You can have a trees.com and then a shoes.com as an add-on domain. The shoes.com would be a completely separate Web site and visitors would not know that it is part of your trees.com account.
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