How to Add Your Domain Name To Bluehost


Highly disappointed. I have moved from Godaddy to #bluehost 3 years ago on basis of bigger space and 99.9% uptime. Today my hosting company is not the same. I have developed business and hosted many websites of my customers; all are down much too often and too long each time. To move all my websites (20) to a new hosting company will be a challenge. I will have to hassle to keep my customers. They (Blue Host) should pay me for the loses and false promises. I am wandering if I can sue them.


If you registered your domain through Go Daddy or another domain registrar you will need to assign your registered domain name to your hosting account to connect them. After creating your hosting account with BlueHost follow these instructions to assign the domain to your account.

Hi everyone this is Deanna Fenton and today we’re going to install WordPress and create a new WordPress blog. I’ve done some previous videos on this and we’re gonna do it a little bit differently. And I’m also gonna show you how you can install WordPress and have a website up and running in less time that it takes for your cup of coffee to cool off. So first of all however, we’re gonna do something a little different. I’ve done different videos talking about setting up hosting accounts and in this case and my screen’s gone black. This is really not cool. In this case, what we’re going to do is use Bluehost and you’ve probably seen videos or maybe some posts where I’m really recommending Bluehost for WordPress hosting now trust me in the last 10 years I have worked with a lot of hosting companies some of them have been very good and have taken a turn for the worse in terms of customer service. And I recently started working with Bluehost a little over a year perhaps. And I’m very impressed because of their customer service and their responsiveness has always been very good. So if you’re asking me and you’re starting out.

Deanna Fenton

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