Domains purchased through Godaddy are fully supported on InMotion Hosting servers. To get a Godaddy domain working on your InMotion Hosting server, the nameservers will need to be updated to point the domain to our DNS server, and the domain must be added to your cPanel, if it is not your primary domain. Below are the steps for setting up a domain purchased at Godaddy to point to our nameservers.

Changing the Nameservers at GoDaddy

  1. Log into your account with Godaddy.
    Log into GoDaddy account
  2. Next to Domains, click the green Launch button.
    Domain Settings GD
  3. You will see your domains listed, select the domain you want to update the nameservers for.
    Choose domain in GD domain manager
  4. Next to Nameservers click the Manage link.
    GoDaddy Domain Management
  5. On the Nameserver Settings page, click Custom, then click Enter custom nameservers.
    GD custom Nameserver setup
  6. The Add Nameserver menu will come up. Fill in both InMotion Hosting nameservers, then click the OK button.
    Nameserver 1: 
    Nameserver 2: 
    Enter new NS with GD
  7. You will then see the nameservers listed, click the Save button.
    Viewing your new NameServers in GD
    You are finished when you see a message stating "Your request has been submitted. Changes may take a few moments to take effect."
    Set nameservers with GoDaddy

Congratulations, now you know how to update your Nameservers with GoDaddy to point to InMotion Hosting!

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2014-12-22 3:36 pm

I would need the same explanation for Bluehost. It is totally different there and I have no Idea on how to do it :-(

11,156 Points
2014-12-22 3:46 pm
While I do not have a BlueHost account to fully test this, it appears that you need to log into your BlueHost account, click on Domain Manager, select your domain, then click on Nameservers
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2015-01-21 4:56 pm

Thanks for the info!  It is current, and each step was exactly how it works at GoDaddy.

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2015-02-05 1:39 pm

Thanks for information .its very usefullyfor me ones again Thanks you very much Christian Hofer.

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2015-02-05 1:45 pm
It was PERFECT! Thank you.
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2015-02-14 5:19 pm

i tried this without the tutorial and got it wrong took 30 seconds with the tutorial, loved it, i must admit i like video ones better but in this case it worked better as the informartion stayed still no pausing needed :) great!

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