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I already own a hosting account on GoDaddy.com, with domain name. I've been thinking of buying another domain. My question is, am I gonna be able to point this new domain to a folder in my previously purchased hosting account?

Thanks in advance.

asked Dec 26 '10 at 19:10

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Yes; you should be able to do that by matching up the nameservers and DNS A Record. If that doesn't do it, just call 800-GODADDY and have them do it for you.

answered Dec 27 '10 at 12:40

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Do you mean linking to it? Because you obviously can, so I'm guessing that's not your question. Do you mean having two domains registered to one account, or do you mean having this be a sub-domain of the original domain?

answered Dec 26 '10 at 20:07

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Having two domains registered to one hosting account.

(Dec 26 '10 at 23:53) Oscar Cisneros Oscar%20Cisneros's gravatar image

Then yes, I believe you can.

(Dec 28 '10 at 16:56) HHBones HHBones's gravatar image

You will be able to point your new domain to any folder on your webhost so long as you buy the domain through GoDaddy or if you point that domain to your webhost using DNS servers.

answered Dec 26 '10 at 21:18

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