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Account: Point a Domain to Homestead Using Nameservers

Here are instructions to point your domain to Homestead using nameservers. To point your domain using nameserversContact your current domain provider to add our Nameservers. Some providers allow you to do this online. If yours doesn't, you can call or email them to complete this step with our Namese

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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Account: Delete a Domain Name

You can remove a domain from your account. Before you delete your domain, there are a few things you should know: Any email messages or email addresses associated with your deleted domain will be lost. Therefore, we recommend that you delete your domain only if you can easily spread the word that

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The Importance of Domains for Branding

Domains are incredibly important for any business. It can help increase awareness and familiarity to your brand. A domain name that matches your company name makes it easier for customers to remember you, therefore making it easier to find you again. If a customer just hears your company name and wa

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Cloudflare: Common Cloudflare Issues

If you have gone through the instructions and your site still isn't secure or your email isn't working, here are a couple of common reasons:The DNS is not correct. (Step 6)In step 6, it has you compare the DNS in your Homestead account and Cloudflare. If this step was missed, feel free to take a scr

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Domains and Marketing

When you think of marketing, you typically think of email campaigns, social media, business cards, and blogs to name a few. These can all be incredibly successful for a business. How surprised would you be to hear that you can utilize your domain name in each of those scenarios? Domains are often ov

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Why All Small Businesses Need a Website

After years of working with small business owners, we’ve heard every excuse under the sun for why any given company doesn’t need to have a website. “My industry isn’t technical,” we hear as one common refrain. Another excuse, “I just don’t have time to build

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Account: Transfer a Domain to Homestead

To use an existing domain with your website, you can either point or transfer your domain. Once you transfer to us, you will be able to manage your email, domain, and website within your account. We will renew your domain every year as long as your account is active. If your domain ends in .com,

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Important Domain Information

Please read through this topic carefully, as the instructions must be followed in full to reactivate your domain.If your website and email are not working, please check your domain status. This is done using a Whois Lookup. Enter your domain name and go through the CAPTCHA challenge, then click cont

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Email: Why You Shouldn't Forward

Are you forwarding email from your domain to an external mail (like Outlook or Gmail) or your ISP’s (like Comcast or Optonline) account? STOP What appears to be a harmless function that allows you the convenience of consolidating your mail accounts, may actually be causing you harm in ways y

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