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How to Use the Domain Hosting Checker tool for SEO
The Domain Hosting Checker tool helps you check to see if your website is up and working on various domain hostings, including Google Domains, AWS, Bluehost, etc. In order to use the Domain Hosting Checker tool effectively, there are a few things you should consider first when choosing which domain hostings to use
What is domain hosting?
What information does domain hosting show?
Domain hosting is one of many factors that can negatively impact your site’s rank on search engines. Ensure that your domain is hosted on a reputable company, such as GoDaddy or HostGator, and has up-to-date information. This can be found by going to whois and entering your domain name in their database. If you aren’t satisfied with who hosts your domain, you can easily transfer it using a Domain Manager tool online.
Where can I use it?
If you have a website that’s not ranking well in search engines, you can use our Domain Hosting Checker tool to check if your domain has been locked or blocked. Here are some common reasons why domains might be locked You haven’t updated your domain registration information (e.g., name and address) with your registrar. You registered a trademarked name (e.g., googleitforyou). Your domain is parked on another site, and it doesn’t resolve to an active page (i.e., there isn’t content on it). Your host is down, which means visitors can’t access any of your pages because they aren't hosted anywhere else online.
Things you should look out for using this tool
This free tool is simple and easy-to-use. Although it is limited in functionality, it provides a service that is unmatched by most paid tools—the Domain Hosting Checker (DHC) helps you quickly determine which TLDs are best suited for your site’s audience. With its comprehensive list of domain extensions and country codes, you can be sure that your site will be displayed across multiple domains, helping increase its visibility with search engines.