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How to Add Multiple URL to a single Website

Introduction  Refering two or more URLs to the same website is a good way to get traffic to our website or blog from several different domain names. We can do this mainly in two ways:

  • Redirect one of the URLs to our primary domain:
  • Create an alias for one of the URLs.

The alias would point that domain towards our primary domain.

Method 1:   Redirect a website

A redirect occurs when typing a web address in the address bar sends a visitor to another website (or URL) different from the one they typed in. For example, if you moved your website content to a new URL, you can direct your seasonal visitors (who may remember your old web address better than your new one) to your new location with a redirect.
For EXAMPLE: You have a blog and its default address is then you buy a domain name suppose that i.e. and you assign this address to your existing blog. then when a user either enter old address or enter new address it will redirect to same blog by displaying new address i.e.

How to create a redirect

We can redirect a website from the Redirects interface in cPanel. To do this following steps are involved;

 Go to the Domains section and click Redirects on the cPanel home page, or type Redirects in the search bar.
  Follow the prompts to create the redirection.

Method 2:   Create an Aliase

We can create an alias for several domains to show the same page. The domains have to be registered with a valid domain registrar before we can create the alias. Also, we’ll need to make sure the nameservers are the same as those for our primary domain (the domain that you are pointing towards).

Important:  Make sure you know what type of hosting account or package your account has. If you have a reseller account, you will need to ask your provider if you have access or permission to create an alias.

• If you do not have this permission, you may be able to redirect one of the URLs instead of creating the alias.
• If you have permission, ask for the number of domains for which you are allowed to create an alias.

How to Create Alias With CPanel

To create an alias follow these steps given below;

   Go to the Domains section and click on Aliases in the cPanel home page, or type Aliases in the search bar.

   Type your domain name in the Domain text box and click Add Domain.

If there are no issues, you should see a message like Congratulation Alise Created Sucessfully.

If there are issues (like your domain having the wrong nameservers), you will get an error message. Make sure you have solved the issues highlighted in the Important section above to minimize your chances for errors.

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