As a website needs both hosting space and a domain name, it is vital to be able to seamlessly manage not only the former, but also the latter. Even if the hosting service is fast and reliable, registering a brand new domain and pointing it to a website may be a torture and may require plenty of time and energy. As a matter of fact, this is the case with the great majority of hosting platforms out there – you will have no less than two accounts, one hosting account and one billing account, and registering a domain and bringing it online will require switching between the two accounts. It’d be way more convenient if you could carry out all these things from one and the same place and focus on your website, not on different system tasks.

Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Hosting

If you get a shared hosting plan from us, you will acquire access to a fully featured Domain Manager tool, which is built into our all-inclusive Hepsia hosting Control Panel. You’ll be able to register a new domain name and then to park it or host it, to order Whois Privacy Protection or to update its WHOIS details with just several clicks. Using quick-access buttons, you will also be able to set up a subdomain, an e-mail account or a database, to view web traffic stats, to access the web files or to get a brand-new SSL. All options are conveniently grouped and are available in one location, which will save you lots of time, so you will never have to sign out of the Domain Manager tool. You will not experience any problems, as we’ve included educational articles and training video clips to reveal the maximum capacity of our domain name management tool.

Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting

You’ll be able to manage your domains without any effort if you order a semi-dedicated hosting from our company. The Domain Manager, which is integrated into our custom-created Hepsia hosting Control Panel, includes lots of options that will allow you to do anything you wish with no more than several clicks. Apart from the usual options that you would expect from such a tool, such as registering/renewing a domain, updating the WHOIS details or activating Whois Privacy Protection, you’ll also have access to more advanced options through quick-access buttons. In this way, you can effortlessly create an e-mail account, access your web files, examine visitor statistics or purchase an SSL certificate for any of your domain names. All these options are available in one single location and regardless of the fact that the Domain Manager is an advanced tool, it is intuitive enough to be used by individuals with little or no experience.