Point All your Domains to the Main One
For example, your main site may be registered at
But have also available yourawesomesite.net, yourawesomesite.info and even ursite.us.
You may be trying to set them all up in your account and realize there’s no additional option for it.
This is not the right approach, you can’t tie several domains to point to a single site.
You must make a redirect at DNS level. This is managed on the Domain provider panel (where you registered it).
You must find the field for editing this on the administration panel of your provider. It may be called DNS zone, panel, area, or something similar. You may have to click on the specific Domain to open its options.
Note that the Domain redirect may also be called forward or forwarding.
In GoDaddy it will look like this:
or this (in Dreamhost):
Unless you have just registered the Domain, the redirect shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes to take effect.
You will have to repeat this step with all the Domains you want to set a redirect.
The domains I have are very different from the main one, can I still redirect them?
Of course, you can redirect whatever domain you own (source) to whatever URL you want (final).
Is there a limit on how many domains I can redirect?
No, you can redirect as many Domains as you own. Note that maintaining a long list of Domains may be costly though.
What about mirroring?
You can also mirror your site but it’s a bit more complex and may have a tax on SEO.
What about other types of redirect?
You can also set another script for the redirect, but the most appropriate and convenient is the 301 (Moved Permanently) set at Domain level (as explained above in this article).
How is email associated with these Domains affected?
Email is not affected on any of the Domains (source/final).
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