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Automatic DNS Setup Is Now Available, For GoDaddy Purchased Custom Domains

Blogger is now making it easier for people who purchase a domain, hosted by GoDaddy, and need your DNS setup to support custom domain publishing. Just go to the Blogger / GoDaddy "Update your DNS records" wizard, and provide your domain URL.


It's a very painless process.
  1. If you are not logged in to GoDaddy, you login using the right GoDaddy customer account - either one which you currently own, or your new account, setup by "Buy a domain".
  2. You use the Blogger / GoDaddy "Update your DNS records" wizard.
  3. You provide the URL of your domain, to the wizard.
  4. You're done.

If you can't setup your domain, by using "Buy a domain" - or if you need to reset your DNS addresses, for a GoDaddy hosted domain.
  • You already have a GoDaddy hosted domain.
  • Your GoDaddy hosted domain registration just expired.
  • You just transferred your domain to GoDaddy.
  • You purchased your domain using "Buy a domain", and you now need to reset the DNS addresses.
You can now have your domain DNS, automatically setup.

So, we see one more reason to purchase your domain from GoDaddy.

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Comments

Bendervision said…
Hi

This question keeps running through my head - all my domains are registered at Godaddy, but not hosted. I'm looking for a new host and easy management of the blogspot to custom domain. Godaddy has terrible reviews as a host. Can I manage the DNS settings at Godaddy and host elsewhere?

Thanks Dan
Nitecruzr said…
Dan,

What you do is host the DNS with GoDaddy, and host the content with Blogger / Google. That's called Custom Domain publishing, with a GoDaddy hosted domain.

You can use GoDaddy as a registrar only, if you wish. That's GoDaddy "Bring your own DNS". I won't comment on that.

Why not start a discussion in Blogger Help Forum: How Do I?, so we can discuss this in detail?

http://blogging.nitecruzr.net/2008/11/making-your-domain-into-google-custom.html
Deanna Fry said…
Wow! thank you! I just could not figure this out on my own!
Deanna Fry said…
Thank you! I just could not figure this out on my own!

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