In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to host multiple domains, using one hosting account in GoDaddy. Add on domains are only available for, Deluxe and Ultimate, cPanel shared hosting accounts. If you want to host a website besides your primary domain name, you can use GoDaddy’s, cPanel’s Add-On Domain Feature.
Start by going to GoDaddy.com. Then log in to your account manager, once your account page has loaded, click to expand Web Hosting, then next to the hosting account you want to use, click Launch. This will launch the cPanel. In the Domains section in the cPanel, click Addon Domains.
Where it says New Domain Name, enter the domain name you want to use. Do not type in the WWW dot.
The subdomain / FTP username will automatically fill in. If it does not, enter the FTP username you want to use. The document root, should automatically fill in. Then enter the FTP password you want to use, and type it again to confirm it. Then click Add Domain.
Note: Adding domains to your cPanel account, simultaneously creates FTP users for the domain name. This FTP user has access to the domain name’s Document Root and all of its subdirectories so you can upload your website. You can check out my video on how to connect to an FTP account server and upload your website contents, by clicking here or following the link in the description.
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