How To Connect Custom Domain In Blogger?

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 Connecting a custom domain to your Blogger blog is a simple process that allows you to give your blog a more professional look and feel. By using your own custom domain, your blog will have a URL that is easy to remember and share, and it will also help increase your search engine visibility.

Here are the detailed steps to connect your custom domain to Blogger:

Purchase a domain name: Before you can connect a custom domain to your Blogger blog, you will need to purchase a domain name. You can do this through a domain registrar such as GoDaddy, Namecheap, or Google Domains.

Sign in to Blogger: Once you have your domain name, sign in to your Blogger account and select the blog you want to associate with your custom domain.

Go to Settings: In the left sidebar, click on the "Settings" button.

Go to Basic: Select the "Basic" tab.

Set up a third-party URL: Under the "Publishing" section, click on the "+ Set up a third-party URL for your blog" button.

Enter your custom domain: In the "Third-party domain" field, enter your custom domain name (e.g. Click the "Save" button.

Add a CNAME record: Blogger will provide you with a CNAME record that you will need to add to your domain's DNS settings. This record will direct your custom domain to your Blogger blog.

Verify your custom domain: Once you have added the CNAME record, click the "Verify" button on Blogger. This will ensure that your custom domain is correctly associated with your blog.

Update your A-Record: If you are using a domain registrar other than Blogger's partner registrar, you may need to update your domain's A record and point it to and

Wait for the propagation: It may take up to 24-48 hours for the changes to propagate and for your custom domain to start working.

Once the above steps are done, your custom domain will be connected to your Blogger blog. Visitors will be redirected to your new custom domain when they visit your blog.

Please note, if you purchased your domain through a domain registrar other than Google Domains, you may need to update your domain's DNS settings with your registrar to point to the correct IP address.