You can't escape the overheads to maintain two websites. At the best, you would have to register new domain separately, host website on that new domain. After that you can forward existing domain to your new domain. This way anyone hitting on old domain would be redirected to new domain automatically. This way you would be having a website with new name & e-mails on old domain.
by dkay_net - 18 hours ago
You need to pay for two domain. If you stop paying for the domain that your email account is on, then you loose that domain. Once you have two domains you can get one to forward to the other.
by Meilin - 18 hours ago
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