How to Setup your Custom domain with your blog / Blogger

How to Setup your domain with your blogger

There are two ways you can publish your blog on Blogger - either by hosting it on Blogspot (example.blogspot.com) or hosting on your own custom domain (www.example.com or foo.example.com). You can change where your blog is published at any time, and it won't cause you to lose any content on your site.
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After Purchased A Top Level Domain Follow this Steps:
Step 1: Go To Blogger Dashboard >> Settings >> Basic > Enter your domain

example ( www.yourdomain.com ) Click Save, then settings appear here.
Step 2: Go to your Domain Provider where your domain account Like Godaddy Enter your User Name and Password here and Click Sign in.


Step 3: Click on Red Highlighted + to Expand Domain Setting.
Step 4: Click on Manage DNS Button
Step 5: Click on Pencil icon to Change Settings and Copy data from your Blog dashboard and Paste here and Save. Use different Google IPs.
216.239.32.21
216.239.34.21
216.239.36.21
216.239.38.21
Step 6: Now Redirect and Save your Settings.
Congrats! you have Done it.
After you've purchased your custom domain, follow the steps below:
  1. Go to your blog and click on Basic under Settings.
  2. In the "Publishing" section, click +Setup a 3rd party URL for your blog.
  3. Type the URL of the domain you've purchased, keeping in mind that it must begin with www in order to work.
  4. Click Save.
  5. You should see an error, and two CNAMEs listed below. Each CNAME is composed of two parts - Name, Label or Host and Destination, Target or Points to. The first CNAME is the same for everyone, Name being "www" and Destination "ghs.google.com." The second CNAME is particular to your blog and your Google Account, and is therefore different for each person.
  6. Go to your domain registrar's website and locate the DNS (Domain Name System) settings in the control panel.
  7. Now it's time to enter the CNAMEs. Where it says Name, Label or Host simply enter "www" and list ghs.google.com as the Destination, Target or Points to.
  8. Now enter the second CNAME in the same way.
  9. Optional: You can also enter A-records, which links your naked domain (example.com) to an actual site (www.example.com). If you skip this step, visitors who leave off the "www" will see an error page.
  10. Optional continued: After completing Step 8, enter your domain name in the format example.com, and list the I.P. addresses shown below in the "A" section. You'll need to create four separate A-records which point to four different Google IPs.
    216.239.32.21
    216.239.34.21
    216.239.36.21
    216.239.38.21
    End of optional section
  11. Before you move onto the final step, wait about an hour for your DNS settings to activate. If you attempt the final step before your settings are activated, we'll let you know with a warning message.
  12. After your settings have been activated, you need to make sure Blogger knows about your custom domain so that Google can direct readers to your blog. Just head back to Blogger and update the information on your Settings | Basic tab.
  13. In the "Publishing" section, click +Setup a 3rd party URL for your blog.
  14. Under "Third party domain settings," enter in the URL for your custom domain in the text box provided.
  15. Click Save.
  16. That’s it! Your blogspot.com address will soon redirect to your new custom domain -- be patient, as it might take up to 24 hours for the redirect to start working. If you're still seeing an error after 24 hours, it means your settings weren't entered correctly and you should try the process a second time.
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