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Monday, April 23, 2012

How to convert blogspot blog to dot com custom domain

Blogger has given bloggers the choice of converting their blogspot.com blog to a .com, .net, .org, .co.uk etc with a custom domain. It will only cost $10 per year for the domain registration and Blogger will host it for you free.

To convert to custom domain, sign into www.blogger.com (Dashboard), click on the drop-down arrow and select SETTINGS/BASIC

Then in the PUBLISHING section, click ADD A CUSTOM DOMAIN


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21 comments:

  1. Well! Thank you for the adding such a nice tutorial of bloggers. I really love the blogger platform because its very easy to customize and user friendly. I did also use word press but i really enjoyed blog spot..:)

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  4. Hi,
    do you know if blogspot operates with the domain .com.br?
    thanks

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  5. Isa, custom domain for Blogger can work with any domains including .com.br

    The only thing is, you cannot purchase that domain via Blogger and Google Apps but have to purchase it from other registra then use the ADVANCED version of converting to custom domain.

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  6. Thank you so much.

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  7. thank you so much can you tell what i can do for this blog?
    Amazing love( Love is everthing )

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  8. Would this have the benefit of solving the duplicate content problem of having both a www and non www URL?

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  9. nice information you've posted

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  10. Thanks for your attention :)

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  11. Thank you very much. i opened a blog recently on something related to my profession. i know i am still new in this. i will like you to help me know what i can do to the blog.
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  12. This may be a silly question, but if I change my blog to a custom blog, will all of my previous blog posts be on my new custom blog? And when someone goes to www.oldblog.blogspot.com will it automatically redirect them to www.newblog.com?

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  13. Nice post. Thank you
    for taking the time to publish this information very useful! I’m still waiting
    for some interesting thoughts from your side in your next post thanks!

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  14. Mrs. T, no question is silly. If you convert to custom domain, all content remains the same, the only change is the URL and all traffic to the old blogspot URL will be automatically redirected to the new one by Blogger.

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  15. will i have everything same i mean the traffic i made if i do so does it effects or not

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  16. It should drop for a while then recover

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  17. I am publishing book in http://www.myinkbooks.com need any recent books or publish contract us freely. I am looking to self publishing, publishing company, self publish, publishing companies etc.

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  18. Still on my http://flowingtech.blogspot.com but i've just bought a dot.com( http://flowingtechblog.com ) ill fix it 2moro not chanced now

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  19. this post is realy surprising and nice ,I was searching this article. I decided to purchase through google directly. thanx
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