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Google is giving me the exact same CName for 2 different blogs.

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Google is giving me the exact same CName for 2 different blogs. Donna Vega 2/12/13 9:05 PM
Trying to set up a subdomain on the blogger website.
Google is giving me the exact same CName for 2 different blogs.
Please help.
Re: Google is giving me the exact same CName for 2 different blogs. nitecruzr 2/12/13 9:22 PM
Please provide screen prints, showing both instructions from Google.

[FAQ] How do I provide screen prints, to aid in diagnosis of my problem?
Re: Google is giving me the exact same CName for 2 different blogs. Donna Vega 2/13/13 12:21 PM
Hello.
I've attached the screenshots as proof.
videos.therandy.tk works fine.
Whenever I try to change http://celebtherandy.blogspot.com/, to celebrity.therandy.tk, the settings for it give me the exact same cname as the one for videos.therandy.tk.
I've already set up the hosting for Celebrity.therandy.tk and even tried going to the site myself so I know its a valid domain.
Can anyone please help me with this?
Re: Google is giving me the exact same CName for 2 different blogs. nitecruzr 2/13/13 1:18 PM
OK, for each host defined in the domain, you will need 2 "CNAME"s.
  1. The host definition (target is "ghs.google.com").
  2. The domain ownership verification ("target" is "gv- .... googlehosted.com").
If you have 2 hosts ("celebrity" and "videos") defined in the domain, you will need a total of 4 "CNAME"s.  If your service ("Dot TK"?) allows only 1 "CNAME", you will need a different (free) DNS hosting service.

http://blogging.nitecruzr.net/2007/10/dns-host-is-crucial-for-custom-domain.html

http://blogging.nitecruzr.net/2012/11/use-third-party-dns-servers-for-domains.html
Re: Google is giving me the exact same CName for 2 different blogs. Donna Vega 2/13/13 1:26 PM
Thank you that helped a bunch.