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I have a blog with blogger.com. And I wanted to move it to a domain name now. i have purchased a domain name with go daddy. I have little technical know-how, so would appreciate any help with regards to moving my blog to a domain name. Help, please? Like, I want to move all my contents to a domain name.

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@Su' already gave you the best answer, I must also add that setting up a domain from GoDaddy for Blogger is very easy and you don't need any technical knowledge. – Omne Oct 14 '12 at 17:36
Do you want to continue to use blogger to edit your blog? If you do then the wget answer below won't help you, but I wanted to check before I commented on that answer. – paulmorriss Oct 15 '12 at 16:12
If the answer is yes, then your question is a duplicate of this one: webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/3466/… – paulmorriss Oct 15 '12 at 16:13

There are instructions for having your blog display at a custom domain, but you should note that this doesn't move anything in a literal sense, eg. no files will be created at a hosting account, etc. (This is probably what you're actually after, but if not be sure to clarify your question.)

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Check out the command line program call wget. It's quick and easy for recursively getting websites.

wget -r http://the_url_to_your_home_page
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Can you give more details about the function and a link will be great to. – danie7LT Oct 14 '12 at 17:03
gnu.org/software/wget – Eric Leroy Oct 14 '12 at 17:05

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