Can I buy a domain at one place and be hosted this domain at another one?

Started by siyajoshi, Jul 09, 2022, 12:06 AM

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siyajoshiTopic starter

Can I buy a domain on one site and host this domain on another site?
If yes, how to do it?
And is it necessary in this case to indicate real data when registering a domain?

Will it prevent you from hosting on another site?
This is my first time doing this, so please explain in detail.
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AliceFowell89

Some domain registrars may require confirmation of data after registration (so that scans of documents are sent to them).
If the data is not confirmed within 3 days, they block the domain. For .com, .net - and so on they do not require confirmation.

p.s. The hosting provider does not care at all who the domain is registered to, especially if the domain was not registered with him.
The relationship of the client with the host registrar is not of interest. The hoster may be interested only in the "content" of the site, so that there is nothing extra illegal there, so that they do not spam from its servers and do not engage in phishing ...
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MariaK

You can buy a domain from one company and register hosting from another. When transferring a domain to another registrar, you need a code that is issued upon confirmation of the specified personal data, that is, you will need to upload scans of your documents. That is why when registering domains, it is best to immediately indicate your real data so that in the future there will be no problems with its transfer or sale.
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IVKH

Yes, you can freely change the hosting, keeping the site name. As for the rest of the conditions, each host tries to form its own pool of transition conditions. Just choose for yourself exactly the hosting that accepts the transition on the conditions that you need.
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prctshplc

Every website must be hosted. Therefore, as soon as you register a domain , the next step is to search for a hosting provider. At the same time, some web hosting providers allow you to register a domain name directly through their platform.

If you plan to register multiple domains over time, use a domain registrar. But if you only need one domain, you can save money by combining hosting and registration.

Bluehost is the best web hosting provider for domain name registration. That is what I recommend the most.

But if you are set up to use another hosting provider, there are several other platforms that provide favorable offers and services for hosting and domain registration.

Bluehost
Even if Bluehost is a hosting provider, you can still purchase a domain name directly from them without using their web hosting services. However, I don't recommend it.

Domain .com from Bluehost is $11.99 per year. Privacy and Protection - $11.88 per year. For the same price, I can register two domains with a domain registrar, and I still have spare ones.
However, you can get a free domain from Bluehost if you link your domain name registration with their web hosting services.

The process is very simple. Just select your hosting plan and Bluehost will prompt you to register a new domain. If you follow these steps, your domain will be free for the first year.

You'll still have to pay $11.88 a year for privacy and protection. Bluehost provides a free SSL certificate, one-click WordPress installation and 24/7 support.

Bluehost is the best web hosting provider on the market today, and it's the only hosting I really recommend for domain name registration.

Dreamhost
Dreamhost is another major consideration for hosting. Although Dreamhost is not as popular as their hosting products, it does offer domain name  registration services.

You can get a domain .com with Dreamhost for $7.99 per year. That includes free privacy and protection. In addition, Dreamhost has more than 400 top-level domains, with extensions.xyz is only 0.89 dollars a year.
Although $ 7.99 per domain .com is definitely worth a lot, there is one catch. Your domain name will be renewed for $15.99 per year.

I really can't justify this price, especially from a platform that specializes in hosting rather than domain registration.
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