Hi it's Colin McIntyre here and I'm just
shooting a very quick video which shows you how to connect your Namecheap
domain to Builderall. I want to attach a custom domain to a
blog I'm porting my blogs at the moment from
traditional WordPress blogs in to Builderall. I'm just only just started and the URL for my blog would be that – which is not
really what I would want. I would want a blog to be branded to myself. So if we go
across to the responsive blog builder – header I have this example that's
the blog Builderall blog name that they would use but I have the option to use a
custom domain name, so I'm going to show how you would connect with a domain
name that's held on Namecheap you bought in Namecheap.
So you click that and it
says ok put your domain name there and then change the nameservers. How do you do that in Namecheap. So I'm going to use one which is a domain name that's
pointed at just at Namecheap, I'm not using at the moment it's totally
inappropriate for a blog but it will show you how how you do it and then I
will delete it away from the blog afterwards. So sign in and I buy all my
domains pretty much through Namecheap so let's go to my domain list and let's
find one of the ones right at the top which I've just checked so "bestearphonesintheworld.org. OK so you click manage and you get this
list of options and you can see that currently it's on standard Namecheap in
other words I'm not using this domain, I've just left it on Namecheap.
you do is you use that little icon – gives you a drop-down and you're going to set
a custom DNS. So first of all while I think on let's copy the domain name and
go and drop that into sorry let's drop it in there, drop it now. Before I hit
connect domain I need to point the nameservers in Namecheap to this. In other words
Builderall will actually host this domain. So I put the first one in there I get the second one – don't need the full
stop second domain nameserver and drop
it in there then I tick the box.
Now to propagate
from one hosting system to another can take up to 48 hours. In my experience it
normally takes minutes but I won't wait for this to happen, if it takes any more
than a couple of seconds on on this video. But once you've done that you would just connect the domain here.
Now if the hosting has moved across already it will tell you you've had a
successful. So you just have to press that button and actually it's changed
sucessfully that was done. If I now go back here and refresh this I've now got
a blog that would be found have a domain name obviously not the one I want to
use I'm going to delete it, but you can see how simple it is to add your custom
domain name I hope you've enjoyed the video and you find it useful if you have
please subscribe to my channel where you'll find lots more of these types of
videos and plenty more to come thank you .
Often in Builderall you will want to connect your domain, or custom domain, to establish or maintain your branding or if your aim is to establish authority.
This Builderall tutorial for beginners steps through how to connect your domain, in this case if it was purchased through Namecheap.
If you are in the Builderall affiliate programme it may be wise to purchase some custom domains as they can be used for your blog, landing and sales pages branding you as an internet marketing specialist with Builderall expertise.
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