In 2018, Google Blogger introduced HTTPS secure connection protocol for everyone one who is using Blogger. It means all custom domains parked on the Blogspot platform will get benefitted.

Blogger is a free hosting blogging platform. As we know Google Blogspot is a free platform where anyone can start blogging without any hosting and custom domain, but going with a custom domain has many advantages like this one.

HTTPS - HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure.


HTTPS secure protocol is for all subdomain and custom domains and it is gonna benefit, several bloggers, globally. It actually puts more security & trust.

Another huge advantage of using https over HTTP is a slight boost in search engine ranking. Today, many modern browsers warn visitors before they visit a website having Http insecure connection.

Before HTTPS connection is only available for Blogspot subdomains and we can't use HTTPS protocol in our own top-level domain. However, Google finally launched a free HTTPS protocol connection for every publisher.


Google always try to do best for its publishers. Most of the beginner Bloggers are happy to tie with this free blogging platform, the main reason is zero hosting charges. Everyone is welcome to the Google Blogger platform with a variety of premium features.

Https server also builds trust with visitors and domains get a professional & trusty look. Whenever visitors visit any website they also see what type of protocol a site is using, it increases trust with blog visitors.


If you are using the Blogger platform then you can enable HTTPS settings for your purchased top-level domain.


How To Enable HTTPS for custom domains on Bloggers


  • Open Blogger


  • Go to Setting > Basic


  • Select Yes to turn on HTTPS for your parked custom domain.

  • Also, select 'Yes' to set up instant HTTP to HTTPS redirect.




  • Now you have successfully done setting up a secure connection, visit your blog and check if it is working or not.


It is totally free of cost addon for all Blogger publishers. Otherwise, in other CMS systems such as Wordpress, you will need to pay extra money to get an SSL certificate and HTTPS secure connection, enjoy.

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