To be able to connect your newly bought (even old one) domain from Namecheap, you just need to modify your domain's DNS settings. Well, this is a little tricky so enough of the introduction and lets to this tutorial.

But before anything else, make sure you already have the following before doing the steps below. Of course you do have the following:
  • Namecheap domain
  • BlogSpot blog that you will redirect to your Namecheap domain.
If so, follow the steps below.

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How to connect/redirect Namecheap domain to Blogger Blogspot

1. Inside your Blogger, press Settings.

2. Find the Publishing section and press Custom domain.
3. In the window that will appear, type your Namecheap domain and press Save. Make sure to include www.

4. An error will appear saying:
"We have not been able to verify your authority to this domain. On your domain registrar's website, locate your Domain Name System (DNS) settings and enter the following two CNAMEs: (Name: www, Destination: and (Name: 6w2cylgglyry, Destination: See for detailed instructions." will appear. Leave this first and go to your Namecheap dashboard.

5. Inside your Namecheap account, press Dashboard > Domain List.

6. Find the domain that you want to redirect to your Blogspot and press the Manage button.

7. Inside the domain, find Advanced DNS and press it.
8. You will find there URL Redirect Record and CNAME Record. Focus on CNAME Record for now. You just need to change to and then press the Check button to save the changes made.

9. Now, you need to add another CNAME Record. Just press the ADD NEW RECORD button to proceed.

10. For the new record:
  • Type: CNAME Record
  • Host: copy the given Host on Blogger to Namecheap
  • Value: copy the given Value on Blogger to Namecheap
  • TTL: 30 min
Then press the Check button to save the new record.

11. When done, you should have 3 records which look the same as below.

12. Back to your Blogspot. Press the Save button.
13. If the "Could not update settings. Try again" is appearing, just try and try and try pressing the Save button.

14. When it goes through, you have successfully connected or redirected your Namecheap domain to your Blogspot blog.

15. Done!!!

Important note:
  • I know that you will definitely try to see your blog right away by viewing it. But, you will only see an error page. Do not worry, the records will take some time to effect. The DNS records will propagate shortly. You just need to wait about 15 to 30 minutes and you can view your new domain working properly inside a BlogSpot blog.