Using a Godaddy Domain with Bluehost Hosting: How to Change Nameservers


#bluehost Misleads You. I was with #bluehost for a few months. I set up an account, along with the Certificate, that certifies your website virus free, and uploaded my site. Within a month, I received an email, saying my account/domain had been suspended for a Terms of Use violation, and contact them within 15 days I contacted support, and they said it was in fact not a TOS Violation, but a chargeback. I tried logging in to my account, after is was suspended, because on support they told me, to log into my account, to renew it, and it wouldn’t let me log in. So scratch that. 2 weeks ago, I received an email, saying the chargeback is complete, and another email to contact them/log into my account, renew my account, or it will be deleted in 5 days. My tip is, if you ever get an email, saying your account/domain was suspended for a TOS Violation, contact them, cause the email is lying. I’m now with a host in the BETA Stage of hosting. Great support, and .tk domains. Don’t believe #bluehost emails! They lie!


Buck Joffrey from htttp://poordoctor.com in an ongoing tutorial on how to make your own website even if you don’t have a clue where to start. In this tutorial he shows how to change nameservers if you own a godaddy domain but want to use bluehost for hosting instead which he recommends because of ease of use-affiliate link http://www.bluehost.com/track/simplehosting

Buck Joffrey

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