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I registered a domain through google, which used enom. I need to change my hosting and am trying to figure out how to change the nameserver from google to the new one. I have no idea how todo this??
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Hello JCDoG and welcome to Geeks To Go.
If you are referring to your DNS listing that the search engine associate your domain with? It will be updated whenever the search engine updates the DNS database. It is different with every engine but from what I understand they refresh the database every 24 hrs. Within a day or so your domain will be listed with your new hosting company's DNS server.
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