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How to Set Nameservers, How to Change Nameservers

Friday, October 1, 2010 @ 9:28 pm by ProBlogit.com

Setting the nameservers or changing the nameservers is required when you set up a Website. I already wrote about this topic, How to Set Nameservers, How to Change Nameservers, with all the details and illustrations at Sehdi.com.

As usual, I again used GoDaddy and DreamHost in this example. I am comfortable using GoDaddy and DreamHost. I like the features of GoDaddy as a domain registrar and DreamHost as a web hosting provider.

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How to Register a Domain Name

Tuesday, August 31, 2010 @ 11:20 pm by ProBlogit.com

Registering a domain name is very simple but I still wrote about it in case someone would like to know how to do it. This is let you know what to expect if you decide to register a domain name. This topic is related to problogging summary guide to starting and implementing a blog and how to start a website.

But I wrote how to register a domain name at Sehdi.com, not on this blog. I especially used GoDaddy as the sample domain registrar because I like the features of GoDaddy.

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Registering a Domain Name

Wednesday, April 8, 2009 @ 11:18 pm by ProBlogit.com

Registering a domain name is not all complicated. If you are registering a domain name, clarify what kind of payments the domain registrars have. Most of the domain registrars accept credit cards, and sometimes PayPal payments. Local domain registrars where you reside sometimes accept checks. If you have no credit card, no PayPal account, and no checking account, then it becomes complicated. Your other option is to make a bank electronic transfer, perhaps the old style bank telegraphic transfer. That is if the domain registrar allows bank electronic transfer or telegraphic transfer. If not, then your only option is to register the domain name at the domain registrars at your country of residence where they can send you the bill without any problem.

The downside of registering your own domain name is if you have no credit cards, no PayPal account, and no checking account. It normally happens to students who would like to start a blog with their own domain name only to be confronted with this problem. The only option for them is to have a free subdomain name available in the net like at Blogger’s Blogspot.com, WordPress.com among others. Another option is to ask friends or parents if they can use their credit cards.

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