How to publish blogger content to my domain

blogger Blogger allow you to publish your blogger content to your own domain hosting without any programming knowledge. Blogger allow user to use their platform to manage their post and publish the content to user domain thru FTP. Alternately, blogspot also able to support custom domain but you must own a domain first.

To publish blogger content to your own domain and hosting, follow the steps below:-


  • Login to your blogger account, once you are in the Blogger Dashboard, click on Settings below your Blog name.
    blogger settings
  • Once you in Settings tab, click on Publishing at sub menu tab
    blogger publish content to domain
  • By default, you will see “You’re publishing on “. So now you click on “FTP (publishing on your ISP server)”
  • Now key in your FTP Server, Blog URL, FTP Path, FTP User name, FTP password and Word Verification and click Save Settings.
  • Once Settings is saved, click on “Republish Now”.
  • Once it shows Done, now point your browser to your domain and you will see your blogger content being published at your domain. Bingo!
    blogger publish content to my domain

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3 Responses to “How to publish blogger content to my domain”

  1. chua says:

    Go to and login using your blogspot details.
    Once login click on Settings below your blog,
    then click on Publishing tab and u’ll see “Switch to:” click on this
    and save settings. it will enable u to switch back to blogspot.

  2. X says:

    how in the world do you UNpublish to your domain. I don’t want to have my blog published to my site anymore and trying to type in the space where my domain name was doesn’t restore it back to its default. Is there anyway to set it back to its original settings?

  3. Dinu says:

    While this works, it’s a pretty troublesome procedure as you have to keep republishing everytime you create a new post. If you took the time to create your own domain, it’ll be much better to put a little extra effort into installing something like WordPress on your domain.

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