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Shared Hosting

Our managed hosting solutions provide a comprehensive and hassle-free approach to website hosting, ensuring optimal performance, security, and reliability.

Look for domain registrars offering discounts or promotional deals.
Consider opting for less popular domain extensions.
Purchase domains for a longer duration to avail of discounted prices.
Check domain auctions or marketplaces for potential cost savings.

Log in to your domain registrar’s control panel or DNS management.
Locate the URL redirect or forwarding settings.
Choose the type of redirect (301 permanent or 302 temporary) and enter the destination URL.
Save the changes, and the URL redirect will be set up for your domain.

Access your domain registrar’s control panel or DNS management.
Locate the nameserver settings or DNS management section.
Replace the existing nameserver entries with the new ones provided by your hosting provider.
Save the changes, and the nameservers for your domain will be updated.

Install a certificate management tool or access the SSL/TLS settings in your web server or hosting control panel.
Generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) form, providing the required information such as domain name, organization details, and country.
Follow the instructions specific to your certificate management tool or web server to generate the CSR code.
Once generated, the CSR code can be used to obtain an SSL certificate from

Dedicated Hosting

Check if your domain registrar or hosting provider offers free email forwarding services.
Access your account or control panel and navigate to the email settings or management section.
Look for the option to set up email forwarding or aliases.
Enter the desired email address you want to forward and specify the destination email address.
Save the settings, and any emails sent to the forwarding address will be automatically forwarded to the specified destination.

Initiate the domain transfer process with your new domain registrar.
Ensure that the domain is eligible for transfer (not within the first 60 days of registration, not expired or locked).
Obtain an authorization code (EPP code) from your current registrar.
Provide the authorization code to your new registrar during the transfer process.
Pay any applicable transfer fees and follow any additional instructions provided by the new registrar to complete the transfer.


Sign up with a new hosting provider and choose a hosting plan that suits your needs.
Obtain the necessary login information and access your new hosting account’s control panel.
Backup your website files, databases, and other necessary data from your current hosting account.
Upload the backup files to your new hosting account or use a migration tool provided by the new hosting provider.
Update your domain’s DNS settings to point to the nameservers provided by your new hosting provider.

Log in to your domain registrar’s control panel.
Navigate to the domain management section or domain settings.
Look for the option to renew or extend the domain registration.
Select the desired renewal period (typically 1 year, 2 years, etc.).
Proceed with the payment process to complete the domain renewal.

WhoisGuard is a privacy protection service that helps keep your personal information private in the domain Whois database.
When you enable WhoisGuard, your contact information, such as name, address, email, and phone number, is replaced with generic contact information provided by the WhoisGuard service.
This helps to prevent spam, identity theft, and unwanted solicitations, while still complying with ICANN regulations.
WhoisGuard allows legitimate inquiries to reach you through an anonymized email forwarding system, maintaining your privacy while ensuring you receive important messages related to your domain.

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