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Bought domain. Now I need some help !

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by ravaell, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. ravaell

    ravaell Regular Member

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    Okay so bought a .com domain now the problem is, I had a previous domain wich you guys said it was not good for me it was a .info so then I bought a .com domain the prolem is that I set my nameservers of .info with my hostgator hosting and they said they only allow me to have 1 domain.

    So I was thinking about blogger. Cause they would rank my blog faster since google owns it. The problem is I don`t know how to use my own domain with them I visited their support and they said something about entering a C-Name wich I don`t know how to find or even IF I have something like that in my account manager of where I bought my domain.

    And then they said I should enter my domain in the format example.com and list the I.P addresses shown below A section. And that I`ll need to create 4 separate A records wich point to four different google Ips

    And I also wanna know if blogger is suited for a singer like me. I do music covers on YouTube so I don`t know a website or a blog. If anyone knows an easier way of pointing my domain to blogger please help me or help me with hostgator.
     
  2. resz9

    resz9 Regular Member

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    Just get 6 month free hosting from this site http://servinio.com/ , the owner have open thread offering the host for free, just search. Im using the host for almost 2 month, great support, zero downtime
     
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  3. hzwill

    hzwill Junior Member

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    C-name set you can find in your domain registry backend.But the best solution for you is make .com your major domain,and set .info 301 redirect to your .com so that you will not lose your website PR and index.