Go Daddy is a privately held company that is primarily an internet domain registrar and web hosting company. Go Daddy filed for an IPO in 2006 and later cancelled it due to “market uncertainties”, but is preparing for IPO as of March 2014. In addition to domain registration and hosting Go Daddy also sells e-business related software and services. On June 24, 2011, the Wall Street Journal reported that private-equity firms KKR and Silver Lake Partners, along with a third investor, were nearing a deal to buy the company for between $2–2.5 billion. On July 1, 2011, Go Daddy confirmed that KKR, Silver Lake Partners, and Technology Crossover Ventures had closed the deal. Although the purchase price was not officially announced it was reported to be $2.25 billion, for 65% of the company. As of December 2011, Bob Parsons has stepped down as CEO into the role of Executive Chairman. Current CEO Blake Irving, joined Go Daddy on January 6, 2013.
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“The zone file is temporarily unavailable. If this problem continues, please contact customer support”
IP can not be resolved cases, this is an internal issue GODADDY recently GODADDY no perfect solution.
The default GODADDY the DNS for two groups DNS, if a failure occurs can not do A recording resolution, recommend to pay more groups
Added six groups or more. No problem
Wait for an email[Within 24 hours] containing content that name server are changed and after receiving mail you can go have your domain setup and enjoy!!!
To set CNAME in godaddy follow these steps:
>Log in to your account at www.godaddy.com.
>Open the Domains tab and select My Domain Names. You’ll be directed to the Domain Manager page.
>Click the domain that you’d like to use with your blog.
>Click the Total DNS Control And MX Records link at the bottom of the section entitled Total DNS.
>Click Add New CNAME Record in the box labelled CNAMES (aliases). If you’ve already created a CNAME record for your blog’s address, click the pencil icon next to the existing CNAME record.
>For the Name, enter only the subdomain of the address you want to use for your blog. For example, if you picked www.mydomain.com as your address, enter www here.
>Enter ghs.google.com as the Host Name. Specify a TTL or use the default setting of 1 hour.
>Click Add New CNAME Record again in the box labelled CNAMES (aliases).
>For the Name, enter the short security token.
>Enter the long security token as the Host Name. Specify a TTL or use the default setting of 1 hour.
>Click OK, and then click OK again.
That’s it now you are done…your cname settings are set!!!