How to Provide DNS Access

How to Provide DNS Access

In order to launch various marketing campaigns, we need access to your DNS provider. This is the company where you originally purchased your domain. No changes will be made without your explicit permission and we will never assume ownership. 

We have provided instructions for the most popular providers below. If you don’t see your provider, there is likely a tutorial on their website. If you don’t know who your provider is, please scroll down to the Find My DNS Provider section and follow the instructions. 

Please provide access to: [email protected] 


Instructions by Site

GoDaddy Delegate Access through the GoDaddy Dashboard Instructions
Google Domains Share access to individual domains with other users. Instructions
Bluehost Use the “Hosting Password” to share access to the domain and hosting settings. Instructions
DreamHost Account Privileges: let you set permissions for individual users. Instructions

 

Find My DNS Provider

  1. Go to lookup.icann.org.
  2. In the search field, enter your domain name and click Lookup.
  3. On the results page, scroll down to Registrar Information.

 

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