How To Redirect Blogger URL To Another URL

Posted by Lasantha Bandara on April 30th, 2009 File Under : basic, change template, seo46 Comments

1.Log in to your dashboard--> layout- -> Edit HTML

2.Scroll down to where you see <head> tag.

3.Add below code into your template just after the <head> tag.

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=http://yournewurl.com"/>

It should Look Like This.

<head>

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=http://yournewurl.com"/>

4.Replace http://yournewurl.com with the URL you want to redirect your old blog.

5.Click on Save Templates and you are done.

Now your blog traffic will be redirected to your new address.

File Under : basic, change template, seo

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46 Responses to “How To Redirect Blogger URL To Another URL”

  1. Anonymous says:

    How do you make it wait about 5 seconds before it re-directs, so that you can have the people read a message? Thanks 🙂

  2. sim aurile says:

    THANKKKKKKKKKK YOU
    U r the best my hero..thanks again.
    i luv you!

  3. varun.g says:

    Really thanks for the tips you provided.But i heard that "meta refresh" and other javascripts are harmful according to search engines.
    If i was using self hosted domains like wordpress,'d have done the better .htaccess redirect.It is really as simple as writing these silly codes

    redirect 301 /page001.html http://www.mysite.com/page002.html
    in the header.
    First "page001.html" is your current URL. "page002.html" is where you want to get redirected.

    What i need to clear that how to redirect a blog with\
    http://www.*******.blogspot.com to
    http://*******.blogspot.com

    bloggers needs to do that,because google takes these two urls as different domains.And you will get banned in no time

    please help someone??

    • Matt says:

      You can also register for webmaster tools through google. Prove you own both the www and the non-www site. You can then tell google which one is your preference and google will not penalize you for the differences.

  4. baixar jogos gratis says:

    THANKKK YOU for help me!

  5. symptoms says:

    thank bro...

  6. Mdb says:

    Thanx Very Much!

    This was so simple, I almost broke a sweat trying everyone else way

  7. jiff0777 says:

    it doesnt work for me. Code changes automatically and refreshes the page.

  8. Jaleesa says:

    Thanks I've been looking for this for a very long time I'm gonna put your site on my 'Blog Favs' list!

  9. tasha 'neZzie' nesbitt says:

    THANK YOU SO MUCH! it worked perfectly! 😉

  10. tasha 'neZzie' nesbitt says:

    Thanks so much!!! It worked beautifully. 🙂 (Don't forget to have your name servers pointing to your web hosting DNS... )

  11. Evan says:

    Thanks and to make it 5 seconds change the
    http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=http://yournewurl.com"/>
    change the 0 to 5 should look like this:
    http-equiv="refresh" content="5;url=http://yournewurl.com"/>

    add <meta the front

  12. akob_ganteng says:

    Thanks so much!!! It worked beautifully.
    I can redirect my blog http://ryracell.blogspot.com to http://ryracell.com

  13. vipin says:

    thank u
    http://soft-engineering.blogspot.com

  14. Sanju says:

    I was thinking of doing the same thing. i have three of same content and i was trying to redirect them to one url using META REFRESH and Javascript's Windows.location. but i read this at some place that you can use the meta refresh, as long as you only want your readers to see the target blog. The search engines won't see anything in the source blogs, nor will they follow the refresh to the target blog. None of your blogs will get any reputation. And eventually, all of your blogs will be locked, as spam. This is how spammers operate link farms.

  15. maggy says:

    it didnt worked for me. I want to redirect my blog mantrais.info to mantrais.com/blog can you please help me how this can be done?

  16. iqbal says:

    Thank you

  17. Susan Elliott says:

    Thanks so much for your help. Your site is fantastic!!!!

  18. sameer says:

    Hi admin

    I have one blog and I am using custom domain in my blogger, my custom domain now going to expire and I am not interested to renew it and I want to buy a new domain name for my blog.
    I want to ask from you can my old custom domain url be redirect to my new custom domain url? mean my all old posts which have old url can be redirect to my new url address? keep in mind my blog is same not one blog to another blog..

    plz reply as soon as possible. Thanks in advance

  19. Learn about Fashion says:

    love your blog, good luck!

  20. Glen says:

    Thanks a lot buddy!! it solves my problem

  21. Jason Black says:

    Thanks, you helped me move my old blog to my new art megasite.

  22. Prachi says:

    I did this change but my page gets refreshed every seconds. How do I set default URL? Please help.

  23. bengeek says:

    thanks a lot ...!!

  24. amaz says:

    can i redirect my previous blogspot url to new blogspot url with this??

  25. Erin says:

    Hi,

    Unfortunatley, this didn't work for me. I need to redirect www.thelawstudentswife.blogspot.com (blogger) to www.thelawstudentswife.com (now on wordpress). HELP PLEASE!!!

    Erin

  26. Tejas says:

    Thank You Dude, It helped me as well! Great Work, Keep Sharing!

  27. sunil says:

    bro tell me how to reduce 5 second delay inn redirection.thanks

  28. Sarah says:

    Hi,

    I am trying to make www.omachiro.blogspot.ca the new home page to an existing site, www.omachiro.com. I have tried forwarding the domain to the blogger address. I have also tried redirecting the omachiro.com url to go to the blogger url. Neither has worked. When I tried forwarding, the rest of the site's pages can't be found (everything is forwarded from my host to the google host and the page direction gets messed up). When I tried redirect, it worked on Firefox but Safari wouldn't connect - it was 'stuck' while trying to load and redirect.

    I have looked everywhere trying different key words searches to find someone else with these same situation and how they have solved it. But to no avail. Do you have some guidance about the best way that I can make the blog the new homepage but keep the rest of the existing pages as is? Ideally everything would fallen within omachiro.com url and would not show a blogger url.

    Thank you. I look forward to your reply.

    Best,
    Sarah

  29. Fian says:

    Correction for 1.Log in to your dashboard--> layout- -> Edit HTML
    it should be 1. Log in to your dashboard--> Templates- -> Edit HTML. (for recent blogspot )

    Anyway thanks for the Tips bro, it works like Charm 🙂

  30. Daniel says:

    thank you!

  31. kang oding says:

    hey this one is easier ...i used blogger to wp redirection but i can only import 1 blog....
    thanks

  32. Halay says:

    Thank so much!!!

  33. way4movies says:

    thank you..\

  34. Niranjana says:

    Simply superb... Excellent tip!!

  35. Rachel says:

    This code worked, however I noticed it did not work for the mobile version. I tried to click on my old site from my iPhone and the redirect did not work? How can I get both the desktop and mobile site to be redirected??

  36. Punjabi sites says:

    thanks

  37. movic baker says:

    awesome bro.. thanks !!

  38. Abinash says:

    Hi Lasantha!
    Thanks for the tips, it just worked! 🙂

  39. Sim says:

    Thanks it works you are a hero

  40. Shiful Alam says:

    Thank you very much. Just did my one and it's working.

  41. Greg says:

    If i redirect a blogger blog with pr5 to another blogger blog with pr0 will i get the link juice??

  42. Lauren Alston says:

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!

  43. ben larson says:

    Thanks You solved my problem

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