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    What is a Parked Domain?

    A parked domain is a domain name pointed to one of our web servers and each one you setup in your Control Panel, will point to your homepage of your primary web hosting account. Parked domains have no other functionality.

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    A Parked Domain is a domain name that points to your main Web site on your account.

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    Besides, Parked Domain allows users to reach their website when entering the parked or pointed domain into their browsers.

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    Parked domains are often used by businesses that want to have more than one web address for advertising purposes. Parked domains are additional domains hosted on your account which display the same website as your primary domain and share web statistics as well; however, you can give the parked domain its own email boxes.

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    When a purchased web address is not developed fully, the webpage contain less content because they are waiting for some to buy domain or for any other development process.

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    A Parked Domain is a domain name that points to your main Web site on your account

    For example, if cars.com is your main Web site, you can purchase the cars.net and assign it as a parked domain so that if a visitor were to type cars.net they would see the same Web site as if they had typed cars.com.

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    Domain parking refers to the registration of an internet domain name without that domain being associated with any services such as e-mail or a website. This may have been done with a view to reserving the domain name for future development, and to protect against the possibility of cybersquatting.
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    Parking a domain means you have your domain name point to a placeholder web page which tells visitors that this domain has already been taken. Most people use this feature to provide a temporary page for visitors to see while they decide what to do with their domain.

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    Parked domains are often used by businesses that want to have more than one web address for advertising purposes.

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    A parked domain (or parking a domain) is when you purchase a domain name such as hostsearch.com but you don't associate it with any web services like email or web hosting. Instead, you “park” it for later use – often with a landing page or holding page.

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    When you park your domain, visitors to your site will see a temporary Web page when they enter your domain name into their browser. Parking your domain simply means you are putting it on hold until you create your website, find a hosting provider, sell it, etc.

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    When domain is not hosted then it will parked by your domain provider !

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