If you would like for impressive domain name administration solutions and then exclusive domain names registration rates you have arrived at just the right place. Take a look at the video demonstration to find out exactly what OpenHost provides for your domain names.

You will find more than 50 completely unique domain name extensions, or TLDs, at affordable prices. For the majority of of which, we’ve got a one on one agreement along with the body, liable for that TLD, allowing us to provide extremely low domain name registration prices. On top of that, since we are in special connection with the domain registrar, all changes you make for your domain names will distribute worldwide way quicker.

For the purposes of domain management, now we have launched a distinct domain management tool – the Domain Name Manager. It is really an fundamental part of OpenHost’s Control Panel and it will let you easily handle quite a few domain names at once. It’s also loaded with usable tools, such as a domain name redirection tool, a GeoIP redirection service and a lot more. And since the Domain Manager is part of our Control Panel, if you’ve got your site hosted with us, you can handle both your domain names and your websites within the same place, without making use of any extra panels.

For those who manage a internet store, or if you want to simply add yet another protection level for your website, we’ve got an excellent option for you – SSL Certificates. You can get an SSL certificate right from OpenHost’s Control Panel and now we will even set it up conveniently for your web sites. You don’t need to consult with 3rd party providers and then fight with the SSL certificate installation and configuration.

As an further protection level for your personal domain names, in addition, we give you a WHOIS Privacy Protection solution. With the Whois Privacy Protection service, we’re going to cover your personal details out of your domain name’s Whois. This really minimizes the possibilities for cyber theft and it also decreases the volume of spam emails you receive in your Whois–associated mailbox.