I have a blogger Blog website and I would like to have it show up on my company website. I have read a couple articles out there on how to do it. A hand full of them talk about using FTP which is old and no longer available. However, I am trying to following along with this one:
Which seems pretty easy but I am having a problem getting Google to Verify the DNS CName or Text Record that I created on my Windows 2007 Server. Do I need to create this record at the registrar level. Right now the domain is setup at the registrar to point the www record to my server where on my server I tried the Txt Record and the CName Record with no luck in DNS.
Here are the Google instructions for creating a CName file record in DNS:
Follow the steps below to create a DNS (Domain Name System) record that proves to Google that you own the domain.
Add the CNAME record below to the DNS configuration for abc.com. CNAME Label / Host: CNAME Destination / Target:
Click Verify below. When Google finds this DNS record, we'll make you a verified owner of the domain. (Note: DNS changes may take some time. If we don't find the record immediately, we'll check for it periodically.) To stay verified, don't remove the DNS record, even after verification succeeds.
Here is the link to do it with a CName:
When I go to add my CName record on my server's DNS the only two fields available are Alias Name and Fully Qualified Domain Name. How am I suppose to create this record can someone please tell me?