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Adding Your Blog To Your Domain

Many people set up a Google Custom Domain so they can have a Blogger blog, published to a non-BlogSpot URL. A domain - whether based on an existing Google Custom Domain, or on any non-Google domain - can include more than just one blog or web site. If you have another blog, you can add that to your domain, with very little trouble. This is how you develop a cluster of blogs.

Let's look at this blog, "" in a pair of abridged Dig logs. First, "".

; IN A


And the "www" alias, "".

; IN A


That's all that you need. Add to your DNS host, using their wizard, just like any other DNS setup. 3600 IN CNAME 3600 IN CNAME

Then, go to Settings - Publishing, publish to "", and select
Redirect to
Alternatively, publish to "", and select
Redirect to
Either way, you're done. It's easier to do it, then to write about it.

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hi, I have just redirected my site which is cname to . But when i try to browse the page it shows . Please let me know whts missing here.

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