There are several reasons that give you the need to redirect a Domain. And the need often arises when a company starts to grow bigger, and realizes that it needs another brand.
A domain redirect can be easily set up in cPanel. For example, web traffic can be redirected to

At the same time, can also redirected to

Here are the steps to Redirect your Domain in cPanel.

Step 1:

Login to cPanel.

Step 2:

Go under “Domains” and click on “Redirects”.


Step 3:

Click on drop-down box for “Type” and choose if you want to create a Permanent (301), or Temporary (302) redirect.

Step 4:

Select the domain you wish to redirect.


Step 5:

Fill in the box beside slash ‘/’ for the folder names you are currently using.  You may leave it blank if you wish to redirect the original domain name.


Step 6:

Choose default – “Redirect with or without www.”

Step 7:

Check the box if you wish to create a Wild Card Redirect. This will add the the same folder name after the URL when it redirects. For example, would redirect to


Step 8:

You are ready to go when you see the message below.


View our tutorial video here ->

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