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So I have a domain, lets say, with My website is hosted for free at

I configured the Nameserver at godaddy with the Nameserver addresses from zymic and it works fine.

Now I want to use a subdomain like, and I wanna have it go to my blogger blog... I know how to do in the the blogger side, but do I have to do anything on godaddy?

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Add a CNAME on godaddy to point to your zymic hosting, or use some of godaddy's forwarding tools (

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If I do forwarding, when the user finally lands on my blogger blog the address bar will show instead of that they originally typed correct? Thats not what I want... Is that the case if I go the "CNAME" way? – hdx Mar 4 '10 at 13:02
Exactly. Documentation: - and - – Xipe Mar 4 '10 at 13:18

Yes you have to configure a sub-domain at your domain provider in the configuration section (add CNAME).

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You have to add the sub-domain in domain provider and if you have your own server for hosting website you have to configure your virtualhost in apache or whatever server your using.

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Here are Google's instructions for how to migrate to your own domain in Blogger:

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