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Why you should keep your domain registration separate from your host.
Your domain name should always be kept separate from your web host to avoid pitfalls, such as domain name loss. If you decide to move to another site builder or web host, keep your domain name registered elsewhere so that you ensure your name will not be locked with your current web hosting provider.
Your area name ought to consistently be kept separate from your web host to maintain a strategic distance from entanglements, for example, space name misfortune. On the off chance that you choose to move to another webpage developer or web have, keep your area name enrolled somewhere else so you guarantee your name won't be bolted with your present web facilitating supplier

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