I've updated my nameservers but my domain doesn't work!

Nameserver updates are not always instant and it all depends on how fast your local ISP updates their DNS. 

Your PC's local DNS may also be caching the old DNS info. Try running the following command from a Windows command prompt to clear your local DNS cache:

IPCONFIG /FLUSHDNS

You may also need to clear your browser cache as well.
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