Trouble with Godaddy hosting need help!

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  1. snekpeg

    snekpeg Junior Member

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    Hello,

    I bought a few days ago 1 domain at Godaddy. Now I want to host it so I can put wordpress on it. So I bought a hosting plan.
    When I press launch webhosting I have to enter my domain and password, but when I enter my domain I'm getting this error: Domain name is used. Please select a new domain name. Does anyone know how to solve this problem because Godaddy doesn't answer my tickets...
     
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    Abstroose Elite Member

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  3. snekpeg

    snekpeg Junior Member

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    Thanks, so I have to contact customer support but they don't answer my tickets.
     
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  4. TrevorB

    TrevorB Senior Member

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    Just phone them. It's much faster.
     
  5. cbar126

    cbar126 Junior Member

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    leave godaddy use hostgator
     
  6. Glenn BH

    Glenn BH Regular Member

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    Yep, they are really slow answering tickets. And I would stay away from their hosting services. GoDaddy is just for domains :)
     
  7. snekpeg

    snekpeg Junior Member

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    I'm from the Netherlands so I don't know how to do this

     
  8. snekpeg

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    I want to use it just for domains but I was testing something. I bought a PR 4 domain and I wanted to transfer it to my Dutch hosting account but I have to wait 3 months before I can transfer it. And I wanted to test it now if the domain will keep it's PR :)

     
  9. Glenn BH

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    You don't need to trasnfer the domain just update the nameservers at GoDaddy. I think you should already have those nameservers (something like ns1.yourhost.com, ns2.yourhost.com), if not, ask your hosting provider.

    If you bought a (valid) PR4 domain and it still have its backlinks, it should keep its PR.
     
  10. birdy23

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    Aiks.. Why would you use Godaddy for your web hosting? There's Hostgator and it's one of the best hosting out there.