If you want for powerful domain name managing alternatives and then exceptional domain names registration rates you’ve visited the absolute right place. Have a look at HostRaven’s video presentation to discover what HostRaven provides for your domain names.
We provide you with more than 50 different domain name extensions, or TLDs, at good prices. For most of them, we have a special contract along with the organization, in control of that TLD, that enables us to offer you lower domain name registration costs. And additionally, since we are in special contact with the domain registrar, all adjustments you are making to your domain names are going to multiply worldwide way quicker.
For the purpose of domain managing, now we have created a one–of–a–kind domain managing tool – our Domain Names Manager. It is really an important portion of HostRaven’s Web Hosting Control Panel and it aids you to faultlessly deal with various domain names at the same time. It is also brimming with useful tools, such as a domain name redirection tool, a GeoIP redirection service and a lot more. And since the Domain Manager belongs to the Control Panel, in case you have your website hosted with us, you can manage both your domain names plus your sites from the same place, without making use of any other panels.
For those who manage a web store, or you want to easily create an extra safety level for your web site, we have an excellent option for you – SSL Services. You can find an SSL certificate directly from HostRaven’s Control Panel and we will also set it up automatically for one’s websites. You don’t need to go to 3rd party providers and then struggle with the SSL certificate installing and configuration.
As an extra protection level for your personal domain names, in addition we give you a WHOIS Protection service. While using the WHOIS Protection service, we are going to cover your individual info out of your domain name’s Whois. This substantially decreases the probabilities for cyber theft and it also reduces the quantity of spam messages you receive in your Whois–associated address.