Google’s Blogspot service, also known as Blogger, gives users the ability to assign a custom domain name for free, as long as the user presently owns the domain name. If you have a domain name registered through GoDaddy, and want to direct it to your Blogspot blog, you can do so with ease. If you want to redirect a subdomain to your Blogspot blog, you’ll have to create the appropriate record in your GoDaddy DNS manager.
1. Sign in to your GoDaddy account. Click on “My Account,” and then click on “Domains.” Click “Launch” beneath “DNS Manager.”
2. Click on “Edit Zone” next to the domain name you want to use.
3. Click on “Add Record,” and then select “CNAME (Alias).”
4. Type the desired subdomain name in the “Alias” box. In the “Points To” box, type the following: ghs.google.com
5. Click on “Save Zone File.”
6. Sign in to your Blogspot account. Click on “Settings.” Click on “Publishing.”
7. Click on “Advanced Settings,” and then type your custom subdomain in the “Your Domain” box.
8. Fill out the word verification puzzle, and then click on “Save Settings.” Choose whether or not to redirect the primary domain to the subdomain.