In order to make a website, you need 2 things - your own domain and a web hosting plan for it. The domain registration is the actual web address which you type in a browser to access a website, while the hosting space is where your site files will be. These are two closely related, yet separate services, although many people think that registering the domain name is enough. Much like the disk space and the monthly traffic features which a given web hosting plan has, there are a certain number of registered domains that you can include as hosted which means that you can have the web content for them in some account even if the domains are in fact registered via a different company. In technical terms, it doesn't matter if a domain is registered and hosted using the same company or is registered with one company and pointed to another one - either way your websites will function in exactly the same way.
Hosted Domains in Shared Website Hosting
With our Linux shared website hosting you'll be able to host a different amount of domains, no matter whether you register them through our company or using some other company. If you host only a couple of domain names, you will probably use much less resources, so you can go for a lower-end plan, that will be more affordable. If you decide to add more domain names to your account later on, you can add additional slots through your hosting CP and keep the current plan or upgrade the entire plan and employ the additional system resources for the new domain addresses. Either one of the upgrades takes just a few clicks and is activated instantly. As registering and hosting a domain address are two different things, there isn't any limit on the number of domain addresses you'll be able to register regardless of the plan you’ve signed up for.