Integrate with Blogger

There are three main ways you can integrate your domain with blogger:

Create a new blog for your domain
  1. Sign in to Google Domains.
  2. Select the name of your domain.
  3. Open the Menu Menu.
  4. Click Website.
  5. Under Website configuration options select Build website.
  6. Under Blog click Continue.
  7. Click Start with Blogger.
  8. Click Continue and follow the steps on the Blogger website to build a blog.

See the Blogger help center for more instructions on creating and updating your blog.

Connect a blog to your domain

Note: You must be the owner of the blog or a blog administrator with permission to manage its settings.

  1. Sign in to Google Domains.
  2. Select the name of your domain.
  3. Open the Menu Menu.
  4. Click Website Website  and then Build website Build Website.
  5. Under "Blog," click Continue.
  6. Click Sign in to existing account.
  7. Under "Subdomain," enter www or the subdomain you want to connect to the blog.
  8. Under "Blog," select the blog. 
    1. Note: Make sure you sign in to Google Domains with the same account you use to sign in to Blogger. Be sure to add the domain owner as an author of the blog. Learn about how to control access to your blog.
  9. Click Connect blog. 
Recommendation: If you want to redirect your root domain (example.com) to subdomain.example.com, select Also redirect example.com to [Blog name].
Connect to your domain from Blogger

Important: To connect to your domain from Blogger, you must be the owner of the blog or a blog administrator with permission to manage its settings. To add a domain owner as an administrator of your blog, learn how to control access to your blog.

You can use your domain as a custom domain for a blog hosted on Blogger. Learn how to set up your domain with your blog.

You can also link Blogger sites to specific subdomains of your domain. For info on how to use a subdomain, learn how to set up a custom domain.

Tip: If you set up a custom domain and can’t view the link for Google Domains, you’re not signed in to Blogger. Make sure you’re signed in with the same email you use with Google Domains. 

Your blog should now display as the home page for your domain. You can also link Blogger sites to specific subdomains of your domain. For instructions on using a subdomain, refer to Set up a custom domain.

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