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I would like to know that if we have our WordPress blog like: http://koolkabin.wordpress.com and our domain like: http://www.outsourcingnepal.com then

Can we make it like working and posting all contents in http://koolkabin.wordpress.com and showing the contents in our domain i.e http://www.outsourcingnepal.com

For more clarification:

if user enters http://www.outsourcingnepal.com or http://koolkabin.wordpress.com in their browser address bar then both should show contents from http://koolkabin.wordpress.com

but one more thing when user visit the website from http://www.outsourcingnepal.com the URL should remain http://www.outsourcingnepal.com not http://koolkabin.wordpress.com

  • Links in posts are rel="nofollow"; ten links to your sites in your question does not clarify your question. – danlefree Mar 24 '11 at 4:41
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On WordPress.com, you can use a custom domain for your blog, such as example.com, instead of the default address you get when you sign up, like example.wordpress.com. This is called Domain Mapping, and it’s a paid upgrade. Mapping a domain you already own costs $12 per domain, per blog, per year.

Instructions:

Important note:

Using the Domain Mapping Upgrade requires you to change your domain’s “Name Servers”. If you don’t know how to do this, we suggest you contact your domain’s registrar before proceeding. You will not be able to start mapping your domain to your blog before you complete this stage.

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