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hi and thanks for watching to hero that calms youtube video channel in this video you will learn how to assign a godaddy domain to your Blue Hole cpanel account so if you have purchased the domain and godaddy and you would like to host your website under blue hose you need to first change the nameserver of the domain under godaddy and then after that you can add the domain in your blue hose cpanel account to change the nameserver of the domain login to your GoDaddy account and launch the domain to get to the domain dashboard once you get to your domains dashboard just search for the domain that you want to add to your blue hose account and then point to that demean to the right of the domain is a button that you can click on and then select set name servers now in here select custom and then you can add the name server of your blue hose cpanel account so the name server that you want to add is n is Wanda Bluehost calm and then for the second one it should be ns2 that Bluehost com once you have those two just select ok and then select save and now your name servers have been set you can verify that by just going back to your domain pointing back to your domain and then selecting that button and selecting set name servers and as you can see now our new name server setting is ns1 that blue hose calm and then ns2 bluehost calm so now you are ready to add that domain to your Blue Hole cpanel so let's head on to the bluehost cpanel so to add the domain in your blue host cpanel account on your Bluehost dashboard go down and you find the domains section select domain manager and once you're on your domain manager go to the shortcuts section right under there you're going to see assign a domain to your cPanel account select that and this is the page where you're going to add your domain to your Blue Hole cpanel so the first step is to enter the domain select use a domain that is not already associated with your account will add the domain that we're going to add in here now bluehost is going to verify ownership and as you can see right here ownership verified and that means that we have set our name servers correctly the third one is to choose if you'd like it to be added versus part select atom domain and then last step is to choose an add-in directory we are going to select create a new directory and then select assign this to me and then now we have been redirected to our domains named manager and right here you can verify if you have successfully assign a domain to your blue hole cpanel account to do that go down here and you can take a look at if your domain is actually here and as you can see the domain that we just added is now right here and you can take a look at the details on the side hosting account cpanel type ad on so this domain is currently being used as an add-on domain and blue hole cpanel account and as you can see we have successfully added a godaddy domain to the Blue Hole cpanel account thanks for watching if you want to receive more helpful information make sure to subscribe to our channel .

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– How to assign a Godaddy domain To Bluehost CPanel? In this video you will learn how to edit the nameserver of the domain you purchase from Godaddy and to add that domain to your Bluehost
CPanel account.

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