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I have had a Google blogger blog for several years and I have a domain name purchased through Go Daddy. The blog itself is hosted by Google, free. So my domain name is www.Wordchipper.com It's probably a re-direct from Go Daddy so that when a user types in the above address, it gets them to me without the "blogspot.com"

What I want to know is if I switch to Wordpresses's free blog service, can I use my Go Daddy registered www.Wordchipper.com or do I have to pay Wordpress for that? I don't have to pay Google now. This is a stumbling block on moving to Wordpress.

Need a clear answer to this..thank you...Larry

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closed as off topic by Brian Fegter, kaiser, Wyck, Chris_O, toscho Sep 30 '12 at 16:19

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Close-voting as off-topic. This is not specific to self-hosted WordPress. If you're looking for WP.com help, visit: en.support.wordpress.com – Brian Fegter Sep 29 '12 at 5:06

Mapping a domain you already own costs $13.00 per domain, per year.


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