I have a hosting package that is hosted at Strato and a
.eu domain that was registered via Strato as well. However, I want to use one of the new Top-Level-Domains for the website on my Strato-webspace. Unfortunately, the company that holds the rights to the TLD I want to use only accepts certain ICANN-certified registrars like GoDaddy.
So the problem is, I have a webspace hosted at Strato and want a domain that I can't register via Strato. So my plan is to register the new domain and redirect it using a
301 HTTP redirect, so that visitors will still see the new domain in their browser.
Is this approach advisable? Both performance and SEO-wise? If not, is there a better way? Also, which domain will show up in Google: the new gTLD domain or the