Custom Domain Setup on Blogger with Enom

Custom domain setup in Blogger.com is used to create your own blog URL. (for example: from myblog.blogspot.com to myblog.com).

When you purchase a domain from Enom.com, they assign an IP address (A record and CNAME record) for the domain. Hence, you need to change those records to point to your Blogger.com blog.This post can help you to change the A and CNAME records of your Enom domain.

Follow these steps to setup your Blogger domain with your Enom account:

1. Log in to your account at the Enom Domain Services.

2. After logging in, the control panel appears, where you should look for the ‘Host Records’ section shown below.

3. Click on ‘Edit’ to edit the A Records and CNAME records. Add the Blogger’s A records and CNAME records as shown below. The following IP addresses need to be added to the A records :
216.239.32.21
216.239.34.21
216.239.36.21
216.239.38.21

4. Add the address in the CNAME record as ghs.google.com

5.After, entering the records, save all records and logout from your account.

6.Now you can go to your Blogger account and add the new domain name that you have purchased from Enom. Note that it will take a few hours for the new changes to take effect.

You have now successfully setup your Blogger domain name on Enom.

24 thoughts on “Custom Domain Setup on Blogger with Enom

  1. If I set up using these settings, will this change my email, calendar, google docs etc since I have all of these through my domain name on google?

    1. Email, Calenders, etc will work fine. Only you need to add A records and one CNAME record as mentioned above. Hence you will not changing CNAME records of your Google Apps setup.
      Thanks.

  2. Just bought an address thru Google… So GoDaddy and enom… I’ve done this before, only this time it didn’t work. All my enom info is setup with the 4 216.239.36.21’s and 6 ghs.google.com.’s like the example. Still no dice changing from my old http://epicbball.blogspot.com/

    I’ve also gone to the web address mapping. There was nothing listed there, hence nothing to delete (following yet another popular solution).

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  3. you know what , its a problem …
    when i got the domain from blogger with enom ” http://www.alltsheez.com ” it was supposed to redirect my blog http://tsheez.blogspot.com to it easily . instead got a 404 error , what the hell 🙂 how i am supposed to understand what u said when i have no background in DNS and CNAME , its my third frustrating day and still didnt solve it ! really sad , its there pro man , they should redirect or add the note you should be an it expert. i dont know if i have to ask help more !! but if u can with easy steps , plz do 🙂 thnx and forgive me

    shady.spiridon@alltsheez.com

  4. i used the same setting but my blog not redirect to my domian, can you help me please i want my blog id become my domain id please help

      1. Thanks for fast reply. Actually the main problem is “The requested URL / was not found on this server. That’s all we know.” error when I open site. Any help with this?

  5. Thanks for this tutorial.. You must update this post because, Blogger now support one more blogger blog generated CNAME records to connected with custom domain.

    1. Thank you for your update on this. I am aware of that extra CNAME record, its a random string provided by blogger.com to verify the domain name.
      I will mention that CNAME section in above article ASAP.
      Thanks.
      –Nitun

  6. i bought a domain name(sandeepsindhu.com) through blogger for my blog. but i’m not able to use this. kindly help me to use this domain.

      1. i tried to add but “Another blog or Google Site is already using this address.” appears.

        i even don’t know how to set cname.
        i just know that enom is the domain registrar’s website.

        1. Sandeep.
          If you check comments mentioned above you will get the solution for this error “Another blog or Google Site is already using this address”.
          To add CNAME in enom account, you need to get in touch with the enom support team.

  7. I have been blogging without trouble for a few years, when a few months back I received a 404 error message. I have tried everything I know to do, including speaking with tech support at enom with no success. Does anyone have any ideas?

      1. Yes, thank you the 404 error seems to have been worked out. The only issue I am having now is that my blog title is linking back incorrectly from other blogs. Any ideas on what would cause that it how to correct it? I have checked the title on Blogger and the listing with feedburner.

  8. Thanks a ton, man!

    After reading countless articles and nearly breaking my laptop to pieces (I can be quite temperamental at times), I found this tutorial and finally managed to verify the ownership of the domain I had bought through Google. This may have saved my laptop 🙂

    You’re the man!

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