Google now diverts Blogger to particular country-specific domain. Case in point, in the event that you open example.blogspot.com in your web , you will be diverted to example.blogspot.in on the off chance that you are situated in India or to example.blogspot.co.uk on the off chance that you are getting to the blog from UK.
Blogger redirects
Google does nation particular redirection for specific restriction – that implies they can without much of a problem can block a entry, or other whole website, in one nation yet at the same time serve that page in other geographic locales. redirection just happens in the event that you are on a blogspot area and not if your Blog is on a custom space.

Prevent Blogger from Redirecting to Country-Specific Domains

This country based URL redirection is likely to impact your Blog in a not so positive manner. For example:
  1. The social stats – like your Facebook Likes, Google +1s and Tweet counts – for your blog posts may be reduced as the URLs for the same blog post will be different for different visitors.
  2. You will have a similar problem if you are using an external commenting platform like Disqus or Facebook Comments because the blog URLs will be different even when the underlying page is the same.
  3. Also, if canonicalization isn’t implemented properly, it may cost you some Google juice as external websites may link to your country-specific pages.
  4. Some users have reported a dip in Google AdSense earnings when pages are served through country-specific domains.

Go to your blog inside the Dashboard and choose Template. Then click the “Edit HTML” button followed by “Proceed.” Next, copy-paste the following code into the template after the <head> tag.

Click the Save Template button and now your Blogger will always serve with the blogspot.com URL.

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