How To Find Hostgator Nameservers | Hostgator Nameservers Tutorial
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How To Find Hostgator Nameservers | Hostgator Nameservers Tutorial

How To Find Hostgator Nameservers Quick & Easy
| Hostgator Nameservers Tutorial Hey guys, Bryan with WP Cupid Blog and in
this video, I’m going to show you how to find Hostgator nameservers. If you haven’t purchased Hostgator hosting
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WordPress tutorial videos. Let’s dive into the how to find Hostgator
nameservers video tutorial. Unlike Bluehost and Dreamhost, Hostgator does
not have static nameservers for their hosting accounts. An example of static nameservers is if you
sign up with Bluehost or Dreamhost all users who purchase hosting will receive nameservers
that are the same as everybody else. For example, if you were to sign up with Bluehost
your nameservers and everybody else’s nameservers would be and Since Hostgator doesn’t have static nameservers,
everyone who purchases Hostgator hosting will have different nameservers based on their
hosting plan. A Common Reason To Get Your Hostgator Nameservers
One of the most common reasons you would need to get your Hostgator nameservers is if you
registered your domain name with another domain registrar like Namecheap or Godaddy and you
need to input your Hostgator nameservers so that your domain name points to your Hostgator
account. There are two ways to find Nameservers in
Hostgator. The first way is the Hostgator welcome email
that you received after you purchased Hostgator hosting and the second way is through the
Hostgator cPanel. Here’s an example of what that welcome email
would have looked like that has your Hostgator nameservers included. The second way to find your Hostgator nameservers
is to find them through the Hostgator cPanel. Start by logging into the Hostgator cPanel. Scroll down, and you will see your Hostgator
nameservers listed on the right-hand side of the page under General Information in the
Hostgator cPanel. You have successfully found your Hostgator
nameservers in cPanel. And that is my tutorial video on how to find
Hostgator nameservers. If you have any questions, get in touch as
I’m here to help you with anything you need. Alright guys, thanks for watching. Give this video a thumbs up and subscribe
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