Can I direct to different pages with different domains.

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I have one website and I have a primary id for it. lets say its XYZ.com and i also have a bunch of other domain names for it.

I would like to be able to redirect people to a different page on XYZ.com when they look for a certain domain that's attached to that website. 

so if someone looks for X.com they go x page on XYZ.com
if someone looks for Y.com they go to y page on XYZ.com


Is this currently possible? or is there a back-way to do this?
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Nazar Gjyli

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Posted 4 years ago

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Hello Nazar

If I understood you correctly, I'm afraid the answer is no. It's not possible to assign a domain name to a certain page of a site. A domain name can only be assigned to a whole site. I'm sorry I don't have better news for you.
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Emme Nuele

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i have a question, stefan,
my site had 3.6 million views every month the last 2 years from a site that has been in existence since 2009 but the last 2 weeks somebody hacked my webstats on
alexa then, webstats, 4webstats, etc and it is showing like 1000 views only which i know is wrong since it is growing every month. Could someone illegally be redirecting the hits to my site to theirs to reflect that on the traffic estimations
so this is redirecting traffic to so ́s site instead of mine is that alright to do that?
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That is highly unlikely but I'm happy to have our engineering team take a look. Are you referring to this website: http://emmeanesbook.yolasite.com/ as being the one with over 3 million visits a month?
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Emme Nuele

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my site is yes with a about that give
or take 3.8 to 3.6 million
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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Where are you pulling your traffic data from?