In my earlier guide on Bluehost Addon domain, I mentioned about how easy it is to point a domain from any domain registrar to Bluehost by changing the Domain Nameserver. For many users who are not technical, find it hard to follow the instruction without a clear screenshot.
Therefore, Here I’m sharing a quick guide on pointing domain from Godaddy domain panel to Bluehost. Let me out the situation in layman language:
- You just bought a hosting from Bluehost
- You have a couple of domains on Godaddy, and you want to point your domain to Bluehost and Host your site on Bluehost.
The process is very simple, and all we need to do it update the Name server of the domain on Godaddy to point to Bluehost.
Later use Bluehost addon domain service to add these domains to your Bluehost account. By the end, your domain will still be on Godaddy, but you can install Website on them using Bluehost hosting.
Quick guide on pointing Godaddy Domain to Bluehost
To get started, log in to your Godaddy account, and go to domain manager section. Select the domain that you want to host/point to Bluehost. Launch the domain manager, and you will see a screen like this.
Under Nameservers tab, click on Manage, select Name Servers type as custom, and change Nameserverservers to point to Bluehost Name server.
Here are default Nameservers of Bluehost:
Your final screen will look like this:
Now, it will usually take 5 minutes to-4 hours for changes to reflect globally. Meanwhile, you can quickly add this domain to your Bluehost account, install WordPress and make your site ready for the launch.
Be it Godaddy, NameCheap, Google domains or any other domain registrar, the process is going to be the same.
If you are using any other domain registrar, and facing issues with pointing domain from your Domain registrar to your Bluehost account, Do let me know via comment, and I will give you the solution for the same.
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