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My domain name registrar or previous host has disappeared – how do I get my domain back?

These situations can be tricky. First, look up the domain record of your domain to determine the following things. You can look up your domain at InterNIC. Who is the registrant contact on the account? If it's you, this is a good sign. If it's not you, because your previous host or registrar purchased it in their name, that's a bad sign. Who is the sponsoring registrar? Many hosts and registrars are actually reselling for one of the big name domain registrars, usually eNom or  Name.com . If your domain has a sponsoring registrar, sometimes you can contact them to...

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Mapping Your Domain Name to Work with Blogger

You can establish a more professional identity for your Blogger® blog by configuring it to point to one of the domain names you registered through us. Instead of entering your Blogger URL to view your latest blog post, visitors enter your domain name's URL. For example, by mapping your yourname.blogspot.com blog to your www.yourname.com domain name, visitors focus solely on your domain name. To point your Blogger blog to your domain name, you set up domain name mapping, which configures your blog settings and domain name. You update your settings in your Blogger account and our Domain Manager: Park the...

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