Why should you change your blog address to your own custom domain?

Why should you change your blog address to your own custom domain?

  1. You save your blog even if your free blog provider (like Google or WordPress) decides to stop the service.
  2. Moving to a custom domain does not mean you will lose the free hosting and all the features that the free provider offers. Your blog will still have hosting by Google and you will be able to access all the features, like templates, etc. In this case, you get the advantage of free blog hosting with the power of your own domain.
  3. Saving your brand is very important, and the first important step is to buy the domain that has the name of your business, or your own name, before it is taken.
  4. Having your toplevel domain (TLD) myblog.com or myblog.net looks more professional than just blogspot.com, which can sometimes look like a spamming website.
  5. It is easier to switch to WordPress blogging script when you have your own domain than if you have a free subdomain. At one point or another, you will have your own self-hosted blog, and WordPress is one of the best choices.

If you have your blog at blogger and are ready to switch to your own domain name, you can purchase one at this link:

https://www.alumniyat.net/domainchecker.php

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How It All Started

How It All Started

I am an alumnus of California State University, Northridge, and got my B.S. in Computer Engineering. So one day I needed a testing domain and a hosting account to test my projects and learn new languages, like PHP, Perl, Python, etc., so I got my free domain with a company called SiteGround and started out. My testing domain jumped in one year to have a position of 2 in Google. I was interested in working for Internet Brands so I installed their vBulletin forum on my domain, and I learned a lot about it until I became an expert. Ironically the testing forum got larger than usual and reached 13,000 members with about 2,000 unique visitors a day, so I had to upgrade the server many times until I learned everything about the hosting business. Also the testing forum was attacked by hackers many times, so I had to learn everything and gained valuable experience with internet and application security. Finally, in 2016, I decided to convert my testing domain to a real hosting company that utilizes my study and experience to offer useful products.