Forwarding just might be the best, hardest-working domain bargain going!
Now you can put any domain name to work, whether you've built a site for it or not. Just select a domain name (or names), add forwarding, and any visitor who types in that name will be redirected to the existing site you designate.
Forwarding is especially useful if you have a site with a long, complicated address. Now you can just register a simpler domain name (easily done using one of the less common top level domains, like .BIZ instead of .COM, for example) and then forward it. It's that easy.
ADD FORWARDING AND MASKING!
domain masking lets you protect the address of a particular site, while still allowing customers to access the content. Here's how it works:
First, you register a domain name, say, domain1.com. This is only an address, though; domain1.com is not going to have its own web site. You use this address to display the content of another web site, say, forwarded-to.com.
So your visitors type in www.domain1.com and see the display from the forwarded-to.com web site. But they do not see the forwarded-to.com address.
domain masking lets you protect the address of a particular site, while still allowing customers to access the content.
When you just use forwarding, the forwarding address will not appear in the browser's address field after the forwarding is completed. When you add masking, the forwarding address will always stay in the browser's address field and hide the real destination's address.
In addition to the URL, the Mask Meta Tags feature allows you to enter a title, plus description and keywords Meta tag information for the masked domain. Title and Meta tag information is important to a Web site's search engine ranking, but does not influence how a Web site is being displayed.