Consolidating two domains

At the very least, you’ll need to know who was behind the original decision to build the websites that way. The Passion Digital team have worked on plenty of website migrations and website strategy projects.Nobody wants to offend senior management after all… If you would like to talk to us about a Magento or Word Press development feel free to get in touch with any comments or questions.If this sounds familiar, then domain consolidation can help solve your problems.

This stops unauthorized changes from being made to any account, locking down your domain name settings and more. Registry Lock secures your domain at “ground zero,” the Registry operator, and requires an authorized individual at your domain registrar to submit a request to the Registry to unlock the domain name.

For those who want to take additional precautions to protect their domains and brands, Registrar Lock can be turned-on for any individual domain in your account, securing it from transfer, deletion or updates by preventing any changes to your name-server information. The registrar is then contacted via phone and required to provide an individual security phrase in order for the name to be unlocked.

Managing domain names under different accounts makes life harder.

You probably have a spreadsheet or (don’t admit to this) an email folder that contains information about the different domain names under your management, which accounts they’re registered under and the various login credentials you use.

I’ve worked on a few projects where this debate has been a sticking point.

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