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How to log in GoDaddy

A website is essential to any business, regardless of size or scope. A business website is your first introduction to the online world. It’s what potential customers see first when deciding whether to trust you or not. As a website owner, you will need to keep an eye on your sites from time to time.

You’ll need to create an account with a domain registrar or hosting service to do this effectively.

GoDaddy is one of the largest and most recognized brand names in the world of registrars. 

Although GoDaddy’s website can initially seem confusing, it is super user-friendly once you get the hang of it. There are no unnecessary fields or excessive steps. Every section is clear and concise, meaning there’s no room for confusion.

If you don’t have a GoDaddy account, it’s easy to set one up during the sign-in process once you know what steps to take.

Read on to discover more about how you can get started today and register your domains with this service provider.

Step 1: Go to

When you’re ready to create an account at GoDaddy, you should visit the company’s website:

Once you’re on the landing page, you can click the user icon on the icons tab in the upper right-hand corner of the page. For existing users, you can click on the “Sign In” link, which takes you to a sign-in page where you can enter your username and password or use a one-click login.

You will need to take a few more steps to create your account for first-time users.

You will click on the “Create an Account” link, which takes you to a sign-up page where you can create an account using your Google or Facebook account, enter your email address or create a new username and password.

Additionally, the option to sign-up using your Google or Facebook account acts as a one-click login whereby you can select the account details to use and create the account instantly.

Step 2: Enter Your Email and Password

Once you enter your email address, you’ll be asked to enter a password between 8 and 16 characters. You can use letters, numbers, and symbols in your password, but make sure it’s something you can remember easily. 

Once you’ve entered your password, you’ll be able to select a username for your account. Due to the increasing number of various accounts one has to create; it is easy to mix up the passwords. The login screen also provides an easy-to-follow “Forgot Your Password?” link, which can lead you to a simple reset prompt if and when you forget your password.


Step 3: Confirm the email you entered

GoDaddy will then send you an email with a verification link. 

You’ll need to click this link to confirm the email address you entered when you created your account. 

Verification is an important step that ensures you’re the correct person. Once you’ve clicked the verification link, you can log into your account and access your dashboard. 

Step 4: Setup 2FA & SUPPORT PIN

If you go to

you can select a username, manage social logins, create a new password, setup a support PIN and enable 2FA to help protect your account and ensure nobody else can log into it.

We highly recommend you take these steps to ensure your account is fully secured and only you have access to it.



Step 5: Fill in your profile and billing details

Make sure to fill in your full billing details in the profile section.

GoDaddy will need those in order to register a domain in your name. Make sure that these are correct and up to date.

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Step 6: Get your first domain

 GoDaddy allows you to buy domains from over 100 different TLDs, so you’re likely to find and quickly set up the domain you need, whether it ends in .com, .net, or .org. 

Simply enter a domain that you want and GoDaddy will give you the option to buy it, if it’s available.


Add it to your cart and continue the checkout. 

Godaddy allows Credit Cards and Paypal as their many payment methods.

That’s about it.

You’ve successfully learned how to create an account on GoDaddy, make it secure and get your very first domain name.

Congratulations. Wasn’t that hard, right?

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