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co.cc Domain with Blogspot

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by rudhra, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. rudhra

    rudhra BANNED BANNED

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    co.cc is a free domain. It's not only URL forwarding but we can setup DNS Records,We can change our blog's name to become "name.co.cc",It's more simple than we use domain "name.blogspot.com". To change our default blogspot name to co.cc domain name there are some steps to do.

    Follow these steps
    1. Open your browser to co.cc
    2. Then regiter a domain that you want to use.
    3. If it's no available you have to find another domain name. But if it's available then you can register it.
    4. The you have to setup your domain. Got to "setup-->Manage domain"
    5. Choose "Zone Records"
    6. In the coloumn "Host" fill it with your domain name (www,yourdomainname,co,cc")
    7. Choose "CNAME" for "Type"
    8. In the "Value" box fill it with "ghs.google.com"
    9. Then click "Setup" Button.

    The next step is make some setup in blogspot


    1. Login to Bloggr/blogspot then choose "Setting-->Publishing"
    2. Then choose "Switch to: ? Custom Domain
    3. Then click on "Already own a domain? Switch to advanced settings"
    4. Fill it with your new domain in the "Your Domain" coloumn.
    5. To Finish click "Save Setting" Button.

    It will take 1-48 hours for your new domain to work. So be patient....
    May be it useful for u

    Plzzzzz hit on tnx to me
     
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  2. bleach

    bleach Senior Member

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    this is elementary school tips
     
  3. dramtulla

    dramtulla Junior Member

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    lol ceweqsakti
     
  4. toyo

    toyo BANNED BANNED

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    post this in DP, then you may get lots of thanks...

    BHW? You really need to come up with something more extraordinary.
     
  5. dikoro

    dikoro Regular Member

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    try harder.
     
  6. DutchRebel

    DutchRebel Regular Member

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    the problem with these .co.cc domains is that they are local domains.

    you will only be ranking in the cocos islands index from google,

    you won`t show up on google.com or google.co.uk or anywhere else.

    these domains are useless for seo.
     
  7. dramtulla

    dramtulla Junior Member

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    They do rank in go.gle, even top 3 for extremely specific and non saturated niches.
    The down side is popular markets and people not liking to click on co.cc sites, because they aren't familiar with them
     
  8. mazzim

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    i checked on google, it appeared like 43 million of them showed up on google, so they do rank in google.com,

    people should not really "click on a domain" .. they should click on a Link which then takes them to a site that's on a .co.cc domain, unless the person is a blackhatter or some kind of cocky surfer, if he finds what he's looking for on the site, he will stay and use the site, if he's looking for a .com / .net then he might as well go searching again but naturally surfers should Not really be looking for "domains" or similar on the internet, they're just looking for interesting and useful content, only a Webmaster or seasoned domain analyzer worries about the meaning of ".com" My findings have proved to me that surfers actaully tend to like finding "unusual", subversive or hidden content on "unusual places".
     
  9. jhbalaji

    jhbalaji BANNED BANNED

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    No lol when i was searching for blogger tips a co.cc ranked in it as 9th result i have registred a domain name in co.cc it sounds good and .com version of it's not possible so i have registred it in co.cc
     
  10. shm03

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    According to Matt Cutts the TLD doesn't affect ranking, the only reason you don't see that many .co.cc is that they look unprofessional so webmasters don't spend the time they would on a .com.