How do I point my nameservers for this account away from InMotionHosti

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How do I point my nameservers for this account away from InMotionHosting?
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I was hosting celticcurse.org on INmotion but decided to move it to Blogger (it is a very low volume site). I transferred the content to blogger and deleted it from my INmotion server (COBBSB6). The domain name is registered and paid for at Google Domains. It has been configured at Google Domains to point to a blog on Blogger (fighthemochromatosis .blogspot.com). But the DNS record via whois still shows INmotion as the IP address. How do we fix this?

Many thanks...Stephen

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Alyssa K
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Hello cobbsb6, 


Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, it is not quite clear what the issue is. A whois lookup of celticcurse.org indicates that the domain is currently pointing to Google, so you shouldn't need to do anything on our end. 

Please let us know if you have any further questions, we are happy to help. 

Best Regards, 
Alyssa K. 

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cobbsb6

I see that now - I haven't touched anything for 24 hours so it just must have taken a long time - thanks...Stephen

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Alyssa K
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Hello cobbsb6, 


Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, it is not quite clear what the issue is. A whois lookup of celticcurse.org indicates that the domain is currently pointing to Google, so you shouldn't need to do anything on our end. 

Please let us know if you have any further questions, we are happy to help. 

Best Regards, 
Alyssa K. 

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cobbsb6

That article does not answer my question. My question is different. My domain is registered at Google, It is hosted at Google. I am trying to tell INmotion that this is the case. Please whois celticcurse.org and see what I mean. Thank you. 

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Hello, Thank you for your question on pointing your domain name away from InMotion. We have an article that shows you how to update your name servers within your Account Management Panel. Kindest Regards, Scott M