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If I could give one piece of advice, it would be 'Buy you own VPS' don't go with any hosting company soon or later they will ask you to upgrade and pay more or they will suspend your account. The next part is to manage your VPS if you have the required technical skill you could do it by yourself in the other case if you don't know how or want to save ...


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There are a couple of ways to accomplish this, and the level of complexity required varies a bit: Option 1 - Serve on multiple subdomains If the client is happy to have two subdomains for the two different parts of the company, you could have something like: www.example.com Serves pages for the primary company, potentially along with the "standard" ...


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If your hosting only allows 1 website and that site is not your domain, then you need to either upgrade so you can include the new domain as an addon or you need a separate hosting plan. Looking at the DNS settings at intoDNS it can be seen that the nameservers are pointing to godaddy. Visiting your domain it takes me to http://elogee.com/defaultsite which ...


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