You can have multiple domain names share the space on your cPanel account. It works like this:
Your primary domain, example.com, uses the directory ~/public_html for it's website files.
Your first add-on domain, yourdomain.com, uses the directory ~/public_html/yourdomain for its website files.
Your next add-on domain, addon.com, uses the directory ~/public_html/addon for its website files.
Create a New Add-On Domain
- Log in to your cPanel account (http://example.com/cpanel).
- Click Add-on Domains from the Domains section
- Fill in the following information for the blank text boxes:
- New Domain Name: addon.com
- Subdomain/FTP Username
- Document root
- Password: (choose a password)
- Click Add Domain
- Now log in to your cPanel account using FTP and upload the file to ~/public_html/addon
Advanced Tips and Tricks
The username/directory/subdomain name above not only creates the directory "add-on", but also a subdomain called 'addon.example.com' and an FTP user account 'firstname.lastname@example.org'.
The FTP user account is useful if you want to give someone access to upload files to the Add-On Domain but don't want to give them your cPanel password. Just give them 'email@example.com' for the username and the password you entered above and they can upload files to that directory only.
The subdomain is how cPanel keeps track of which add-on domains belong to which account. When you want to view website statistics (visitors, referring sites, etc), you'll look for the subdomain stats in cPanel rather than the primary domain's stats.
Check out this add-on domains video tutorial: http://www.cpanel.net/media/tutorials/addon.htm.