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Finding Your DNS Provider: A Quick Guide

Naitik Chavda avatar
Written by Naitik Chavda
Updated over a week ago

Hello there, Saleshandy users! 👋

So, you've got this awesome domain, right? It's like your online home where your website, emails, and all those cool web services hang out. But wait, who's the behind-the-scenes hero making sure everything runs smoothly? That's your DNS provider! 🌐

Your DNS provider is the one that makes sure your domain name gets connected to all the right stuff on the internet. They handle those nitty-gritty details with DNS records, like the map telling your domain where to find your website and emails.

But hey, what if you're unsure who your DNS provider is? No worries, I've got your back! Here's a simple way to find out

What my DNS Provider is?

Step 1️⃣Open

Open this link ( in your web browser. It's like your detective tool for domain stuff. Enter your Domain Name in the Domain Field.

Step 2️⃣Click DNS Lookup

Click on the DNS Lookup button, as shown below, to see your domain host as a result. Please refer to the below screenshots.

And there you have it! Your domain host will pop up like a star on a clear night. It's like finding out who's the DJ of your online party! 🎉

Remember, your domain host is your go-to place to manage all those important DNS records. So whether you're pointing your domain to a website or making sure your emails land in the right inbox, this is where the magic happens.

Go ahead and give it a try! Your domain's secret keeper is waiting to reveal itself. 🕵️‍♀️

Mission accomplished; you've successfully checked your DNS Service Provider. 👏

Wishing you a delightful experience! ❤️

Happy Selling. 🤝

Warmest regards,

Saleshandy Team

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