@BurgerLad 

 

Also did you get the domain transferred into your account?? - I found this information about getting into GoDaddy via Blogger - I would also recommend doing this in an incognito window

 

Blogger is not a registrar. When your client signed up, he or she should have received an e-mail from Google Apps detailing whether the domain was registered through eNom or GoDaddy (the registrar partners used for domain registrations).

If your client does not have his or her domain purchase confirmation e-mail, the DNS settings may be completed by observing the following process:

  1. Log in to Google Apps using Blogger domain name, username, and password
  2. Go to Domain Settings > Domain Names > Advanced DNS Settings to find the eNom/GoDaddy account information for the domain
  3. Log in at eNom or GoDaddy to complete any desired changes
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