Set up a custom domain

Important: If you use CAA Records on your custom domain, you must add a record for If you don’t, Blogger won't create or renew your SSL certificate.

To personalize your blog’s website address, you can buy a domain. If you’re an administrator, you can manage domains registered through Blogger.

Step 1: Buy a domain

Important: If Google Domains aren’t supported in your country, you can buy a domain from a non-Google provider. Learn more about Google Domains availability.

To buy a Google domain:

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. In the top left, select a blog.
  3. From the menu on the left, click Settings.
  4. Under "Publishing," click Custom domain and then Buy a domain.
  5. At the top, search for a domain.
  6. Next to the domain you want, click Buy.
  7. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 2: Set up your domain with your blog

Step 3 (optional): Redirect from the URL without subdomain to your blog’s URL

To redirect your readers from “” to “,” set up a naked redirect:

  1. Go to your domain provider’s website.
  2. Open your DNS settings.
  3. Add these 4 A-records that point to Google IPs:
  4. Sign in to Blogger.
  5. In the top left, select a blog.
  6. From the menu on the left, click Settings.
  7. Under "Publishing," turn on Redirect domain ( to

Fix issues with custom domain setup

If you have problems, try these steps:

  • When you set up your domain, you may not have to enter the 2 CNAMEs.
  • Make sure the "Name, Label, or Host" CNAME is correct.
  • If your custom domain doesn’t work, wait before you try the steps again. If you have problems, contact your domain provider.