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BrookeO
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Domain on private label?

Hi, I'm new to this but I bought a domain name, now I am trying to add an Off site. But when I go to type in my domain name it says domain is on private label. Does any one know what this is, or how to make it not private. Or is there an easier way to connect the two sites. I am using another site to create my website. No I just want to own my own domain. I've been talking with go daddys service people the past few days, and it seems to be one problem after another.. if anyone could help that would be great. 

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Nate
Super User 2020

Domains registered and/or hosted by Go Daddy don't need to add Off-site, you would use the domain DNS or hosting DNS respectivly.  Off-site means the domain and hosting are off-site (not Go Daddy) but you would still like to use Go Daddy DNS / nameservers.

 

If the domain is registered at Go Daddy and you want to keep Go Daddy DNS / nameservers:

(if the website provider gave you an IP address/ A record, like 123.456.78.90)

https://www.godaddy.com/help/manage-dns-680

 

If the domain is registered at Go Daddy but you want to use the other provider's DNS / nameservers:

(if the website provider gave you a set of nameservers, like ns1.provider.com and ns2.provider.com)

https://www.godaddy.com/help/set-custom-nameservers-for-domains-registered-with-godaddy-12317

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Nate
Super User 2020

Domains registered and/or hosted by Go Daddy don't need to add Off-site, you would use the domain DNS or hosting DNS respectivly.  Off-site means the domain and hosting are off-site (not Go Daddy) but you would still like to use Go Daddy DNS / nameservers.

 

If the domain is registered at Go Daddy and you want to keep Go Daddy DNS / nameservers:

(if the website provider gave you an IP address/ A record, like 123.456.78.90)

https://www.godaddy.com/help/manage-dns-680

 

If the domain is registered at Go Daddy but you want to use the other provider's DNS / nameservers:

(if the website provider gave you a set of nameservers, like ns1.provider.com and ns2.provider.com)

https://www.godaddy.com/help/set-custom-nameservers-for-domains-registered-with-godaddy-12317

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