All About Nameservers
Today we’re going to discuss how move your domain name from GoDaddy to your Host. This is known as changing your DNS or Nameservers
This is literally the foundation of your business as you will now be putting yourself in a position to control all of your own content and brand yourself in your organization as someone that people can get to know, like and trust to join you in your business. Remember – company replicated web sites are just not working these days.It is important to separate yourself from the competition and emerge as a leader.
Please see the notes below the video after your review.
How To Install Your Domain Name, Change Name Servers, and Remove Forwarding:
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Remember to save your original e-mail from Host Gator with your account details
Note: When changing your Name Servers (moving your domain name from Godaddy To HostGator) you have a few options.
1.) Keep 1 domain name forwarded to your replicated site and buy another domain name to host your blog or website on. This way, when you refer people to your replicated site after they reviewed your blog, you will still have both domain names in place (hiding your affiliate tagged company site. An example of this would be:
YourInternetBizName.com (Hosted Blog / Web Site) leads your prospects to YourInternetBizName2.com (this would be your forwarded affiliate tagged replicated company site).
2.) Remove the forwarded domain from your company replicated site and change the name servers to point to your Host Gator account so you can install a wordpress blog or web site to that domain. You can still lead you prospects to your replicated site after or during their review of your blog or web site by simply creating a link to your affiliate tagged company replicated web site from within your blog.
3.) Continue to promote your forwarded company replicated web site and do not buy a hosting account. This is strongly Not advised if your goal is to create an automated system.
Next Up – Installing a Web Site For Free To Your Domain
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great video. Thanks
Great video as the others. I’m pretty new to domain, hosting, capture page, landing page, blog, nameserver, and etc….. I’ll try to replay the videos again. Hopefully, I can understand it better as I view a few times. Thanks.
This video was wonderful!!! Very informative. I have tried to follow other people in the past when it came to learning how to do internet marketing, but you seem to have a streamless step by step approach on to how to really get it done. God Bless you!!! and thanks.
Thanks for the great feedback guys. I really appreciate it and look forward to bringing you much more!
Hi Jon, Thank you for “connecting the dots” for me. I have just begun my career in online marketing and these videos are helping so much. Thanks again.
To Your Success!
Great to hear Harvey. Always happy to help, and I can’t wait to see your results!
Neither can I!. By the way. Can you reccommend an internet marketing course tha cuts through all the hype?
Hi Harvey, I def recommend the courses on the following page:
These are courses that I have taken and sen great results from.
Hope this helps
Great Video . Keep making this kind of video. There are a lot of newbies like me who are looking for Internet Marketing methods. Your videos are very helpful. Thanks for sharing.
Hey does it matter if my hosting and my domain are registered at Go Daddy and not Host Gator. Whats the difference?
Hi Anita, yes it absolutely does. Godaddy is really only for domains. I strongly do not recommend them for hosting. You need a hosting account with a cpanel. Godaddy does not have this. The cpanel maks it very easy for you to upload files and manage your account etc. You’ll also need it to install wordpress. I learned the hard way and had to transfer my sites from godaddy to hostgator. It was really tough. Hope that helps
After I quit reading my stuff into your instructions everything went very very smooth – nice job – thanks for the hand holing with out all the BS
Awesome and detailed guide to change name servers. I watched the whole video, it’s clear and easy to follow. Thanks Jon 🙂