How to use existing domains?

Started by BrettUK, Jul 24, 2022, 12:29 AM

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Help me solve this problem: There are several domains not tied to sites.
All are different age (if that matters). So the question is: how can domains be used without creating websites, blogs, etc. specifically if there is no desire to sell domains yet.
Domains hang around idle, it would be necessary to attach them.


I know that some businesses buy multiple domains on purpose (say if there is a frequent typo, or in different zones) and they all redirect to the main website. But these are huge businesses, which, perhaps, think someday to have different sites in different domain zones, but are still immature.

In your situation - again, I'm not an expert at all - it makes sense to place a stub (one page with minimal text). If you don't want to pay for hosting just to do this, make one-pages on some free sites like BlogSpot or WordPress and link a domain name to them.


Domains are also used to configure mail. When buying a domain address, it can be used to organize corporate mail and the work of the email mailing service.

Domains are also needed for redirection, to direct visitors to another site or page. For instance, when a company moves to a new site, it can set up redirection, and when specifying the old domain name, users will automatically switch to the new one.

After the domain is registered, it is linked to webhosting. This is a service for renting disk space on the server to store files and resource data. Hosting supports the operation of the site server, protects it from malicious attacks and provides data traffic.