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Step-By-Step on How to Change your Blogger/BlogSpot Blog to .com Custom Domain with Clue WebHost

Blogging has come to be recognized as a Money-making venture with so many people both young and old venturing into it for different purposes.

If you are using a Blogspot Blog, after your site Becomes Popular, you might want to move to your own Cusom domain, e.g from myblog.blogspot.com to www.myblog.com so your address is more memorable and also to add more prestige to your Blogging Business.

Doing this is not difficult and following the Pictorial Guide Below, you can change your Blogger Blog to a Custom domain in less than an Hour.

 

First of all you need to Get a Domain name, you can buy one from www.cluewebhost.com/clients/domainchecker.php  and pay online for immediate activation.

After your domain is activated,

 

Login to your Blogger account and Click on the Blog Name You Want to Convert

click on blog name

 

 

At the Left Hand Side, Click on the Settings Tab and click Basic

clicksettingsbasic

click on Add a custom domain button under Blog Address field in Publishingsection:
addcustomdomain

This would bring up a space to type in your domain name. Enter the domain name and click Save button

enterdomainname

 
Note: blogs are not to be placed on bare domains (like yourdomain.com), so you need to add a subdomain when filling this, ie, the www.yourdomain.com or blog.yourdomain.com

Once the page refreshes, it brings out two CNAME records which should be created in your domain’s Zone File

cname
Login to your Account on Clue WebHost at www.cluewebhost.com/clients

 

login

 

Hover over domains and click on mydomains

clickmydomains

At the Right side of the Domain name you want to use, Click on the Manage Domain Arrow, Click on Manage domain

managedomain

At the Top Right Under Management Tools, Click on Manage DNS

managedns

It would bring up the DNS Management Page where you can put in your CName records

dnsmgt

Enter the records as shown below and save

enterdnsrecords

 

That’s all

If you now enter www.yourblog.com, you would be able to access your blog without any issues!