How to use a Subdomain for your Blogger blog

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Google already provides you a tutorial on how you can add a domain to your blogger blog. But it does not specifically show the steps for setting up two domains - 1. Main Domain 2. Subdomain for your two blogger blogs i.e. you will have two blogs one on main domain and the other on subdomain for example and

Below are 3 easy steps with images on how you can add a subdomain to your blogs existing domain without any difficulty.

Step 1 : Add a A Name Record

Go to your domains registrar website and click on Change DNS/DNS Manager option. There you would find different CNAME and A records you have made previously for your main blog. Add another A name record with the the desired subdomain as your host. For example if you want subdomain for your blog then enter demo in the host name. In the IP/Point to section add this IP - After adding save the record.

Subdomain Blogger

Step 2 : Setup the domain in Blogger

Now go to Blog Title → Settings → Basic → Blog Address → Add a Custom Domain → Switch to Advance Settings and add your full subdomain in our case it would be Make sure the box saying "Redirect to" is unchecked else when someone goes to (with no www ) they will be redirected to

Subdomain Blogger Blog

Step 3 : Settings in the main Blog (Required in some cases)

Even after unchecking the box above, if the domain (without www) redirects you to Go to Main Blog Title → Settings → Basic → Blog Address → Edit and check the box which states "Redirect to" Thats it, the whole setup is done. Sometimes if takes 1-2 hours for making the changes by the domain registrar but most of the time change is withing 5 minutes. Your custom subdomain is ready.


Jafar Dhada Author
7 April 2013 at 13:52

And IF you are using BigRock, then you'll have to add a CName record for verification once when you setup your first sub domain, after that, no need to install, just A record will be enough, for the Cname, you'll have to go to Blogger > Settings > Basic > Edit > + Add a custom domain > Switch to advanced settings > settings instructions > and there, you'll find CNAME record to add, add them, and within 24 hours, your blog will be set up.!

I hope this helps!

7 April 2013 at 13:54

Thanks a lot Jafar. It will surely help out our readers who use Bigrock :D

Pulkit Juneja Author
7 April 2013 at 14:24

Thanks a lot dhiraj for this wonderful post. :)

18 August 2013 at 16:05

you are awesome dude

Anoop Author
14 March 2014 at 20:41

Good Information shared

27 April 2014 at 02:46

Hey but thing is it when will I make permalink for post how it will be work?

29 April 2014 at 10:56

Can you be specific about your concern please. BTW when it comes to working of permalinks it works all fine for me.

Hetu Web Author
26 September 2014 at 19:16

tnx boss

Paresh Author
26 June 2015 at 09:04

Must Useful post for add custom subdomain in blogger, thanks

rajesh Author
17 December 2015 at 22:20

really its very useful... but i want no redirects, direct sub domain name. can you help me?

songspk Author
25 February 2016 at 01:43

Thanx Dear

Anonymous Author
19 March 2016 at 01:45

Thanks alot dude you made my day ;)

eupdater Author
4 May 2016 at 00:06

Is that possible to make sub domain with www like this >> and >> both works? I am using freedns to redirect my blog to my custom domain.

mb Author
11 May 2016 at 03:59

Thanks a lot, this was a quick and precise way of creating a sub-domain for my blog. THanks again.

Happy friendship day 2016

Greysicharm Author
14 August 2016 at 00:36

I setup my domain with blogger but can only access to ( but no to ( and on the subdomain can access to ( but no to ( How can I fix this??

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Paresh Patel Author
31 May 2018 at 20:01

This article help me to make subdomain,Thaks Good Work


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