Google has lost control of one of its blogspot.in domains and users in India cannot access their blogs running on this Google-owned domain. Most of the Indian domain web pages are not available at this time. This is because Google has lost the influence of blogspot.in URLs.
Nevertheless, blogs are accessible when users change URLs to blogpost.com, but the big problem is that over a million users who placed links with blogspot.in domain on different websites are now links. broken up.
Meanwhile, Next Web reported that Google is no longer the owner of the blogpost.in domain and that Domainming has now acquired the URL. However, there is a lack of clarity on when the tech giant lost control over Blogpost.in.
Blogspot.in was acquired by Google in 2003 as Blogspot. According to a study by Neowin, country-specific domains are not separate blog addresses but only a redirect based on the country where the blogger resides. When users browse their blog post url from an Indian location, they will get a domain with username.blogspot.in versus username.blogspot.com available to global users.
Country specific URLs were introduced by Blogger in February 2013. This was done to remove material that would violate local law. It will be conveniently uninstalled with the same domain and therefore will no longer be accessible to local drives.
Now bloggers in India can switch to hosting on their own domain by purchasing it from domain providers such as godaddy.com or they have to be patient with Google to sort this out quickly.