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in this video I'm gonna show you how to host the go to the register domain on your Bluehost account first thing you have to have your domain already ready in your go to the account and you need an inactive Bluehost account so let's login to your GoDaddy account just type in your username and password and click on manage domains here and now you see the list of your active domains on your go to the account select the one that you want to host on your Bluehost account let's say we host this June down calm this time click on it and you see a list of the setting of your domains click on name servers and manage and you can see some name server setup here usually it's the standard GoDaddy or set up which is n s something that domain controller comm you need to select custom then edit name servers delete these things I don't know this is from the old owner of the domain and type in NS one that Bluehost calm and NS to that bluehost.com these are the name servers of your Bluehost account so that's all you need you press ok and you press save and now your go to the domain points to your Bluehost account there is one more step you need to set this up in your Bluehost account so let's just log in to your Bluehost account and here we are in in our cPanel in the Bluehost account so search for domain management and AD and add-on domains we need an add-on domain this is what it's called in domain management so here you need to type in your domain name in this case is June down calm and you see blue house is verifying your domain if it's set up correctly in your GoDaddy account it says ownership verified so you don't need to do anything else you just scroll down and usually I like to create a new directory for a new domain you can choose otherwise but this is what I recommend you just press assign this domain and usually it takes a few minutes for Bluehost to create the domain but basically you are ready to go when you set up when you point your domain from GoDaddy to another hosting company it usually takes from a few minutes to one or two hours to propagate this change through the internet usually you can start using it right away but sometimes you need to wait a few minutes a few hours but you are ready to go once Bluehost finish is setting up your domain you can check it in your browser and you can start uploading your files or installing WordPress and this is when it looks like when Bluehost finish is creating your new domain and let's just give it a try just type in zoom down come and this is actually the old content on the old hosting account this is not my content I just bought this domain but this is fine I told you sometimes it takes a few hours to a to the new hosting data to propagate through the internet but here we are back a few hours later and and just typing the same domain name zoom down calm this is what you want to see this is okay this is this generic Bluehost page and this says that the domain actually points to blue house and and your Bluehost account is set up correctly so now you can install whatever website you want you can install your WordPress you can install another type of website or just an HTML website so this is this is the way to use GoDaddy and blue house combined if you have a goal that the domain if you have a domain registered with the GoDaddy and you want to host it on blue house I hope you like this video please give me a thumbs up if you did and subscribe to my channel and thank you for watching .

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How to set up your GoDaddy registered domain to be hosted on Bluehost

I show you the exact steps on this online tutorial video: how to set up a domain that is registered via GoDaddy to be hosted on a Bluehost shared hosting account. Nameserver settings on GoDaddy and Addon Domain on Bluehost, step by step

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