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27 Apr How to Change Your Domain Name’s Nameservers at GoDaddy.com

There are two main components to setting up every website. The first part of is registering your website or blog's domain name (ex. acmecompany.com). Some of the most popular domain registrars are GoDaddy or Network Solutions. After you've registered the domain name, you'll have to set up website hosting. That's the place where your website files will live. I personally use Site5 but there are tons of great hosting companies out there. Hosting agreements are typically paid for monthly or annually. Once you've set up hosting, you'll have to tell your domain registrar where to point your website domain so any visitors coming to your site will directed to the right place. To do this, you'll have to edit your nameserver. After you've paid for hosting, your hosting company will send you a welcome email with directions on how to do this. What you will specify for nameservers will typically be something like dns1.site5.com or dns2.site5.com.
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23 Jan [VIDEO] How to Create a Gmail Email Forwarder

At some point, you may want to forward your Gmail emails (or a copy of them) to another email address. There could be several reasons:
  • You're no longer using that Gmail address
  • You have multiple Gmail addresses and don't want to have to check each account all the time
  • You don't want someone to see your real email address
  • You created an email address for a specific purpose like using one of Google's many free tools
I probably have five or six Gmail addresses that I've created over the years. Most of them now forward to my primary email address.
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