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6/20/13
Original Poster
Mette Petersen

Can't buy my own domain on blogger

Hi my blog is: www.mymootivation.blogspot.com
 
I want to buy my own domain, on the feature that you offer. I have tried to follow the guide, but my page does not say the same as the guide.
 
I want to buy it, but i can't :(
 
Se the picture.
 
Can you help?
 
- Mette
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Janne Kauppi
6/20/13
Janne Kauppi
Same problem here. I hope this buy domain feature doesn't go obsolete for ever :-/
6/20/13
Original Poster
Mette Petersen
I was in the site yesterday or 2 days again, to see if my domain was available.
But today I can't, how long have you tried?
Janne Kauppi
6/20/13
Janne Kauppi
Only just now. Last time I bought domain in Blogger about year ago. But as you probably know, Google might end special features if they make more hassle than money. If I remember right, Google was reselling someone else's domains. Wild guess could be that maybe they are building their own domain + web hotel business :-)
6/20/13
Original Poster
Mette Petersen
But it is really weird, because i could yesterday? I just didn't bought it because I didn't have time.
 
What does it say when you try ?
Chuck Croll
6/22/13
Chuck Croll
I've reported this, as a normal problem, to Blogger Support.  If I see more reports, as the business day starts in the USA, I'll report this more urgently.

http://blogging.nitecruzr.net/2013/06/custom-domains-purchase-buy-domain.html

Right now, we have a rather terse response

Blogger still supports custom domain hosting, though no longer offer an option to purchase domains within the product. To purchase a custom domain, please visit a third party registrar such as GoDaddy or eNom.
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strong_wind
8/20/13
strong_wind
+1 to disappointing... =/
 
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