How long does it take for my domain to point to my website?

Typical propagation time frame is 24 hours, however it can take up to 72 hours. This time may increase or decrease depending on a few factors.

If it takes longer than 72 hours please notify us immediately. A usual cause for prolonged propagation is ISP cache. It may take three (3) days or more for an ISP to clear their cache. You may want to try contacting your ISP about this if you continue to experience issues, however to most, your website will come up as it should within this time frame.
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