I am having the worst time with GoDaddy and DNS propagation. I have created an A record under my domain name in the Zone File, and pointed it at the hosting package located under my GoDaddy account. The domain name is countdownevents.com. The A record I have created is called "blog". In short, I want blog.countdownevents.com to point towards my newly purchased hosting package.
I have never had DNS propagation take more than a couple of hours to start taking effect. In this case, it's been almost 48 hours and it doesn't appear as though the change is taking place at all (see whatsmydns.net; not a single server shows the new IP address I want to be pointing to, which starts with "107").
Does anyone know why this might be? Every other A record I've created is working seamlessly, and GoDaddy keeps giving me the "Well technically it hasn't been a full 2 days..." run around O_O, and I know something is obviously wrong.
Any idea what that might be?
A Record for countdownevents.com is:
@ 600 IN A 188.8.131.52
A Record for blog.countdownevents.com is:
blog 3600 IN A 184.108.40.206
Note: Name servers (NS records) for countdownevents.com also point towards GoDaddy's dns servers.
See photo: http://mattermedia.ca/zonecap.png