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hey Jake assuming here with the in compressed blog and this is another super quick tutorial now in this tutorial I'm going to show you how to change your name servers to point to whatever hosting account that you're using now I use blue host as my hosting and I use godaddy for all of my domains so i'm going to show you real quick how to change your name servers and point it to your Bluehost account it's real simple and easy to do so let me just go ahead and go to my gmail account now when you get your hosting account set up with Bluehost you'll receive an email with all of your information now it'll look something like this I don't know how to look like with other email providers I get well or or any other ones but i'm imagining or assuming that it's something similar either way just look for this little box here that says your information and this is where all your information will be as far as your hosting account goes so what you're going to look for is down here it says name servers and you're just going to see two different numbers ok n its dot 1 2 3 and then s dot 2 3 4 something like that so what you're going to do is just simply go ahead and copy that go back to your GoDaddy account and just hover over domains here if you're not back there yet Go Daddy's always changing the way two different things go down here to domain management and just click on that it'll bring you to the domain manager and then right here just I mean you can see I got a ton of domains chances are you only got like one or two maybe three either way just go ahead and choose the the domain you want to change the nameservers on and I'm going to go ahead and do this one up in dippity com go up here 2 nameservers just hover over it click on set name servers and this little window pop up now right here you might have this checked up here or here whichever one it doesn't matter you want to make sure that you check off the last a little circle there ok so what you're going to do here is just paste that thing there go back to your gmail account copy the other one just like so go back to your domain manager and put it on the name server to then you're just going to go ahead and click on OK and then you're just going to wait for a few actually it says here two hours and it may take up to 48 hours but depending on how fast it's working for you it may take up to a few minutes at times you generally for me it takes up probably like 10-15 minutes but anyways that's how you change it you just go ahead and click on ok here that's how you change your name servers to point to your Bluehost account really simple and easy to do and then all you got to do now is just go back there and install WordPress or do whatever you want with that domain and I'll go ahead and go ahead and show you how to do that in another video so with that said this is joy could see me with another super quick tutorial a piece I love it for free and i'll see you on the next one bye you .

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(discounted link!) – In this video I show you how to change and point your nameservers from your godaddy account to your bluehost account.

Very simple and easy to do…

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