Tip: For convenience, print these instructions to refer to them as you go through the verification steps.After you verify that you own your domain, you can start using Gmail, Drive, and all the other services included with your G Suite account.I've just transfer my custom domain over to Go Daddy to do my DNS and domain management there.Since I no longer had a hosting plan with Host Gator, only a domain management plan, it seems they would not allow me to add custom A records to my domain, which is critical to getting Blogger to work with a custom domain.Namely, from what they say it's impossible to migrate to them without email downtime.I know from past experience that a correctly performed migration should never incur any downtime at all (providing you set everything up at the new provider, only then update domain's nameservers, and only in a few days cancel the old provider's account).
Below are some steps you can take to troubleshoot potential issues with recently created DNS records.
Go Daddy has become the largest and most recognizable name in this industry.
We personally like to use Namecheap internally, but there are many other decent providers.
These are the companies you use to register a domain name.
Most also provide web hosting services but it’s by no means required to use them (in many cases we don’t suggest it).