Setting up and managing multiple domains on a single hosting account can be a convenient and cost-effective way to streamline your online presence. Whether you are a business owner with multiple websites or a developer managing multiple client sites, having all your domains hosted in one place can make it easier to maintain and update them.

Choose a hosting provider that offers the ability to host multiple domains on one account. Not all hosting providers offer this feature, so be sure to check the details of the hosting plans before signing up.

Once you have chosen a hosting provider, log in to your hosting account dashboard. Look for an option to add additional domains or websites to your account. This may be called “add-on domains” or “domain aliases” depending on the hosting provider.

Enter the domain name you want to add to your hosting account. You may need to confirm ownership of the domain by adding a DNS record or verifying through an email confirmation.

Now you will need to create a new directory or folder for the website files. This is where you will upload the files for the new domain.

You can now upload your website files to the new directory using FTP or a file manager in the hosting control panel. Make sure to update any links or references to the domain name in your website files.

Set up the domain’s DNS settings to point to your hosting account. This usually involves updating the domain’s nameservers to those provided by your hosting provider.

Once the DNS settings have propagated, you should be able to access the new domain website through a web browser using the domain name.

To manage multiple domains on one hosting account, you can create separate email accounts for each domain using the hosting account control panel. This allows you to keep the email addresses associated with each domain separate and organized.

Consider setting up domain redirects or domain forwarding for any additional domains that you do not have full websites for. This can easily be done through the hosting account control panel.

Regularly monitor and maintain all your domains on the hosting account to ensure they are running smoothly and securely. Update any software or plugins regularly and back up your website files on a regular basis.