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  • CUSTOM DOMAIN FOR BLOG “Redirect Blogger Domain to Custom Domain through GoDaddy” DECEMBER 28th 2012 www.bloggerial.comFriday, December 28, 12
  • Why would you want to redirect custom domain to your blog? Because your blog looks nicer without blogspot.com address.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Here is a simple step by step how to do it Start by visiting GoDaddy.com Remember that your domain needs to be hosted there or you need to purchase it from GoDaddy.com.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Mapping Your Domain Name to Work with Blogger Log in to your Account Manager.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Next to Domains, click Launch.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Select the domain name(s) you want to modify. From (Nameservers), select Set Nameservers.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Select I want to park my domains. Click OK.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Click again My accountFriday, December 28, 12
  • Next to Domains, click Launch.Friday, December 28, 12
  • To Edit Your CNAME Record From the Tools menu, select DNS Manager. The DNS Dashboard displays.Friday, December 28, 12
  • For the domain name you want to use with your Blogger account, click Edit Zone. The Zone File Editor displays.Friday, December 28, 12
  • In the CNAME (Alias) section, click the www record. In the Points To field, type ghs.google.com. Click Save Zone File, and then click OK.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Great! Almost done. Now go to your blog in BloggerFriday, December 28, 12
  • Log in to your Blogger account. From the Settings tab, select Basic. From Publishing, click Add custom domain.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Your Blogspot domain shows here Click Switch to Advanced SettingsFriday, December 28, 12
  • Add your domain To specify another location in which to look for files, in the Use a missing files host? section, select Yes and enter the path. If not, select No. Click Save.Friday, December 28, 12
  • 1 2 You get here two different links. You need to add them to GoDaddy.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Go through slides 8-12 to get to this page again Click Quick Add and write the two texts here from the previous slide. One in the same row as www and the other in the same as ghs.google.com. Then click save.Friday, December 28, 12
  • Now save thisFriday, December 28, 12
  • Great! You are done!Friday, December 28, 12
  • Thank you! www.bloggerial.comFriday, December 28, 12