Registrars require the use of name servers or hosts for every domain registered. Every domain name has to be linked to a name server for it to be valid. Some people do not have they own name servers, therefore a user must have domain name requests answered by someone. They must hold or 'park' domain name(s) for an amount of time.
Companies which register domain for you usually provide a nameserver for domains that do not yet have their own hosting.
Domain parketing provides a inactive space for a domain name. With the purchase of a hosting service, you can activate your domain name.
If you purchase a top level domain, but don't have a web site built, you can establish the name on the internet by "parking" it at a web host. Some domain registration services provide this as a basic service.
Domain parking is the option to have more then one domain name pointed to a web site. Usually a parked domain name is a full alias of the main domain name of the site. A parked domain name shows the same content as the main one. With most web hosting providers you can have mailboxes on the parked domain name.
the service of holding your domain name on a hosting company nameserver, most registrars provide this service for free when you register a domain name.
a service you can use when you have a domain that you do not currently have a site for
You can have more than one domain name resolving to your master site. For example, you can park yourname.net to yourname.com.
Every domain name must be linked to a name server in order to complete the domain name registration process.
Providing a nameserver for domains that do have their own hosting yet.
You can register or transfer your domain to our server and we will park it for you. Your domain will link to part of our site indicating this domain is reserved for future use. When you are ready to use the domain, simply request a web hosting account.
Domain Parking/Domain Aliasing refers to the process of adding additional domain names to a hosting account with all of the domain names resolving to the account's index page. For example, say you have cats.com parked to your main account at pets.com. This would mean that anyone who goes to cats.com would automatically go to pets.com. There is no actual hosting involved with cats.com.
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Registries require the use of name servers or hosts for every domain registered. In other words, every domain name has to be linked to a name server for it to be valid. Some people do not have their own name servers, therefore Domain Bank offers 'domain parking' (name parking) on its servers. It is a convenient way to hold or 'park' domain name(s) for an extended amount of time.
Many hosting companies give you the option to 'park' your domain name without actually having your web site up and running. This is a nice option if you want to acquire a domain name for your web site well ahead of having the web site itself designed and constructed.
Domain Parking refers to when individuals or companies by up domain names before they are ready to use them. A simple web page describing the future content or advertising the new owners of the website is then "parked" on the address in order to generate interest before the website actually goes online.
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The act of registering a domain, then placing it on a server for future reservation or usage purposes. Commonly used tactic for reserving name similar or relevant to the original (ie: reserving the .com, .net and .org of a given domain name).
service of holding a domain name on a hosting companies nameserver. In the past this service was required any time a domain name was registered. Recently, however, most registrars provide this service free of charge when a domain name is registered.
All domain names have to be stored on a server in order to be purchased. Most domain registration services will therefore temporarily place a newly purchased name on their servers until a hosting plan is purchased or the owner points the DNS to a different site. This is known as parking.
You can set up a domain name that you own to point to another domain name. This is known as "parking" a domain. Example: You own the test.com and test.net domain names. You already have a web site for test.com, but you do not want to create a new web site for test.net at the moment. By parking test.net on top of test.com, all URLs for test.net will automatically go to test.com instead.
Parking simply means a Domain Name holder has not identified or does not know the IP addresses of the servers that will host his or her web site and wishes to reserve the name for later use.
Parking is the process by which someone selects a domain name, and "parks" it by registering the domain name under someone's name servers. Parking can be done by anyone, to anyone else who has active name servers. However, parking a domain name alone will result in no service (webhosting, e-mail) for that particular domain name.
Domain parking is an advertising practice used primarily by domain name registrars and internet advertising publishers to monetize type-in traffic visiting an under-developed domain name. The domain name will usually resolve to a page containing relevant advertising listings and links. These links will be targeted to the predicted interests of the visitor and may change dynamically based on the results that visitors click on.