4 Steps To Add BlogSpot Custom Domain With GoDaddy | Blogger To GoDaddy 2018





In the previous article I was talking about; WordPress vs. Blogger – PROs & CONs for Choosing the Right Platform; it's a full comparison that helps you decide blogger or WordPress. But I found that new users know how to purchase domain name but some of them don't know about adding blogger custom domain name to Godaddy account to build own blogging URL addressing to Blogspot. I got the question; 'How do I connect my domain to the blogger in GoDaddy?' Let's see how to setup BlogSpot custom domain name to GoDaddy quickly. Setting up BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy
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You must know that the custom domain name helps in better blog branding. When you open a blogger account and specify a blog name, it gives you link to a free domain name that looks like 'yourname.blogspot.com' whereas setting up a domain is nothing but 'yourname.com' shows better branding; e.g. problogbooster.com. The registering a domain name and linking it to BlogSpot is just like a display URL for your BlogSpot blog that allows you to create a valuable and simple to remember URL.

The custom domain setup in BlogSpot.com is applied to create your own blog URL. The web address (URL) is your online identity by which all your followers get connected to & it looks much more professional and indicate that you take your blog seriously. So it is highly recommended to get a custom domain name instead of free domain name. Even if you are blogging free on BlogSpot platform, the first step you require to purchase custom domain name and link it to your BlogSpot site to start your own blog; like shifting from 'yourname.blogspot.com' to 'yourname.com.'
Setup Custom Domain on Blogger with Godaddy
Setup Custom Domain on Blogger with Godaddy
Blogger allows you to quickly integrate & connect with any domain name registrar services like GoDaddy. When you buy a domain from Godaddy.com, they allocate an IP address for the domain you purchased in Godaddy account. Hereafter, you require making the changes in these records to point to your blogspot.com blog.

You just need to make your Godaddy Domain name pointing to Google servers assigned by Blogspot. This quick tutorial will help you step by step to get your own domain name with the screenshots & guidance to make it simpler for you. This DIY guide will assist you to change the A & CNAME records of Godaddy account to add a BlogSpot custom domain to your blogger blog.

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Add BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy

GoDaddy is one of the largest domain registrar company, and it’s reliable organization to purchase a domain. These custom domain names make easier for others to identify and remember your link and furthermore, you can set up your own custom email name addresses with the domain name you assigned and purchased. But now in this tutorial, I will be helping you step-by-step with screenshots on how to set up a custom domain name with the custom domain purchased from GoDaddy.

Follow the steps to setup blogger custom domain name on GoDaddy:

1. Add the purchased domain name to BlogSpot Blog.

First, you need to add the custom domain name into Blogspot account.

Login into your Blogspot account >> go to your blog >> settings >> click on "Basic" >> Look for "Publishing" section >>

Now click on 'Edit' >> and type 'www.yourdomainname.com' (don't forget to add 'www')

Once you added; you will get an error in red saying "We have not been able to verify your authority to this domain. Error 12." And following this error; you will get CNAME records from blogger for Google server to use in GoDaddy.
Setting up BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy
Note: Make a screenshot of that window and also copy all the message into a notepad file and save it in a secure place. It may require in future use in case you want to switch Blogger to WordPress or want to use Cloudflare.

Now you need use these records and add them into Godaddy. Proceed to step 2.

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2. Setup 'CNAME' records in GoDaddy.

You have CNAME records derived from blogger dashboard. You need to add those records to Goddady domain control panel. The codes derived by Blogger will be unique for you, so don’t type any or alter just copy & paste these codes.

Login into your Godaddy account >> click on 'Domains' >> click 'All domains' >> choose your desired domain >> click on 'Manage' >>
Setting up BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy-Manage Domain

At the bottom side of the page >> you will see the option for managing the DNS >> Click on "Manage DNS"
Setting up BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy-Manage DNS

Then the "Records" table will be poped out on next page (Shown below). If there is already 'www' name is available then you need to edit it or if not, then you need to add a new record.
Setting up BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy-Add CNAME A Records

Click on "ADD" >> In "Type" choose "CNAME" >> in "Host" type "www" >> and in "Points to" field type "ghs.google.com" as shown below;
Setting up BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy-Add CNAME

Similarly; you need to add another CNAME provided by blogger account;

Click on "ADD" >> In "Type" choose "CNAME" >> in "Host" type Second CNAME record >> and in "Points to" field type the respective address. As shown below;
Setting up BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy-Add CNAME Record

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3. Setup 'A' zone records in GoDaddy.

Now its time to update the A zone records; i.e. IP addresses provided by the BlogSpot server. The process is same as that of shown in above steps; let's do it.

Here you need to add 4 IP addresses which are common for all the blogger users at the same record table shown above.

Click on "ADD" >> In "Type" choose "A" >> in "Host" type "@" >> and in "Points to" field type "216.239.32.21" As shown below;
Setting up BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy-Add A Name Record

Again as same as above, including all add following 4 address;
216.239.32.21
216.239.34.21
216.239.36.21
216.239.38.21

This is how you can set the domain IP addresses that now pointing to your Blogger server addresses. The final CNAME & A record table will be like this;
Setting up BlogSpot Custom Domain To GoDaddy-Add CNAME A Name Records


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4. Publish your Blogspot blog.

Once you completed all the above 3 steps, then its time to save all the settings and publish the blog.

Again go to the your blogger dashboard >> Settings >> Basic >> "Publishing" section >> check and SAVE it.

Make sure you check the option to redirect your "domainname.com" to "www.domainname.com"

The DNS settings which you made here ( A & CNAME records) might take some time to generate. Now you required to wait for 1 to 4 hours for this changes to take effect globally.

Keep checking your custom domain should automatically direct from the blogspot.com URL to your new custom domain name address.


That’s all for now; your BlogSpot blog address is has been set up with a custom domain name. Do let me know if you have any doubt in configuring a domain for your blog. In case you need some help, feel free to let me know via comment section shown below.


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