3. Verify Godaddy Domain Ownership to Godaddy
- Hello and welcome back to our step-by-step G Suite Setup video guide for Godaddy.
- In our previous video we saw how we can sign up our Godaddy domain with G Suite.
- In this video, we'll take a step forward and verify our domain ownership to Google so we can start using Google services.
- If you're a visual learner click on the video and follow along or scroll down to read a text version of the guide.
1. Sign in to admin console
- Now if you're coming from the previous guide you may skip this step because you're already signed in.
- However, if you're not you can go ahead and sign into your Google admin console by visiting "admin.google.com".
- So type your email and password you used to sign up for G Suite to login.
3. Go to Admin Console
- Google will give us some information such as adding a maximum of 10 users lest you setup billing first.
- And we should have knowledge to attempt manual setup. So, Click "Go to Admin Console" to continue.
- You maybe required to sign in, in which case you will have to type your email and password you used to create a G Suite account.
5. Click "No" for Manual Setup
- Google has already detected that the domain is registered with Godaddy based on public DNS records.
- Google is also can take us to Godaddy and do the verification automatically. However, for our case we'll not go with this option as it takes more time compared to manual setup.
- So, click on "NO" so we get to manual setup.
9. Add DNS to your Domain
- In this step you'll want to go to your Godaddy account, then choose "My Products" from your profile drop down.
- Under "My Products" you then choose your domain and click on "DNS".
- Depending on the time you're reading this guide, the interface might change but essentially all you need to do is get to your DNS management.
Domain verified successfully
- So now that you have your domain successfully verified
- In the next step-by-step guide we'll go ahead and setup email services so you can start receiving emails on your G Suite mailboxes
- If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comment and I'll be glad to help. See you in the next guide.