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Host a website on your domain

You can host your website, blog, or online store on your domain registered on your Google Domain.

Google has tools and resources to help you create a website. You can:

Partners & website builders

These partners and website builders can connect directly to your Google Domain, so you don’t have to enter a DNS record manually:

Static hosting

You can also host files and web apps on your domain with Firebase.

Other third-party services

Third-party services can also connect to your domain to host a website, blog, or online store. You need a resource record provided by the third-party service.

Each hosting provider provides their own guidance for resource records. Contact your service provider to get a DNS configuration for their service. 

  1. Open Google Domains.
  2. Sign in with the Google Account you used to buy your domain.
  3. Click the domain name you want to manage.
    • If you don’t find your domain name, make sure you’re signed in with the account you used to register your domain.
  4. Open the Menu Menu.
  5. Click DNS.
  6. Under “Custom records,” add the resource record provided by the third-party service.
  7. Click Save.

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