Since a site requires both web hosting space and a domain, 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 stable, registering a new domain name and linking it to a specific site may be a burden and may involve plenty of time and effort. In fact, that’s the case with the vast majority of hosting providers out there – you’ll have at least two accounts, one hosting account and one billing account, and registering a domain name and putting it online will require switching between the two accounts. It would be far more convenient if you could perform all these things from a single location and concentrate on your site, not on various system tasks.

Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Hosting

If you order a shared hosting plan from our company, you’ll be given access to a fully featured Domain Manager tool, which is part of our all-in-one Hepsia Control Panel. You will be able to register a brand-new domain name and then to park it or host it, to order Whois Privacy Protection or to update its WHOIS information with only a couple of mouse clicks. Using fast-access buttons, you will also be able to create a subdomain, an email address or a database, to view traffic stats, to access the website files or to get a new Secure Sockets Layer certificate. All options are conveniently grouped and are accessible in one place, which will save you a lot of time, so you will never have to sign out of the Domain Manager tool. You will not experience any problems, since we’ve added educational articles and tutorial videos to show the full capacity of our domain management tool.

Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers

You’ll be able to administer your domains seamlessly if you order a semi-dedicated server from our company. The Domain Manager, which is built into our in-house created Hepsia Control Panel, offers plenty of features that will allow you to do everything you want with just a few clicks of the mouse. Aside from the regular options that you’d anticipate from such a tool, such as registering/renewing a domain, modifying the WHOIS information or enabling Whois Privacy Protection, you’ll also have access to more advanced functions through quick-access buttons. Thus, you can effortlessly set up an e-mail account, access your website files, keep track of traffic stats or order an SSL for any of your domain names. All these options are available in one location and despite the fact that the Domain Manager is an advanced tool, it’s intuitive enough to be used by persons with little or no practical experience.