What are domain name pointers? Do you support them?
A Domain Name Pointer is a Domain Name that redirects a visitor to another Web location, so that your site could have two names, for instance - onlinecorp.com and onlinecorp.net. This means that whichever name one types into a browser, one will see the same single site in the browser.
You can request a Domain Name Pointer for a modest fee, by simply writing email@example.com Can't decide on a domain name? Use more than one! It does not require a new account. Domain pointers are useful for providing multiple identities for your Web site, and is relatively inexpensive.