We have hosted a wordpress site with Godaddy and we are facing strange issues with the provider related to caching.Initially we have gone for a hosted Wordpress option and a default site was pointed to the default URL.I hope you don't need this answer, but I'll write it for the future searchers. I just worked with a site where the Go Daddy plugin, that can manage site cache, was removed. (godaddy is so bad – i told my client not to use them). I assume that other browsers will not be much different.I think each time if we have updates then we have to contact them to refresh their servers, Oh its such a terrible service Godaddy offer. 2) The company's help page says: "NOTE: There is a limit to how many times you can clear the cache within a given time frame.
If you just set something up today, and especially if the domain had not been hosted anywhere yet, you need to give it an hour or two after you add the domain to the hosting account before this will correct itself. One thing to check is to ensure that the IP address of your hosting hasn’t changed.
But what if this message has been displaying for more than a few hours? If not, your only hope is to call Godaddy support and ask them to forcibly move the account.