Connecting your domain to Unbounce is one of the most important steps when setting up your account, ensuring strong brand alignment, better Google Ads compatibility, and allowing for GDPR compliance.
This article will link you to all the various ways you can connect your domain to Unbounce, depending on your domain set-up and hosting provider.
Connecting your page with a Custom ubpages.com Root Domain
To quickly connect your landing page to an SSL-secure domain to use for your campaigns straight away, you can connect your landing page to a custom Unbounce ubpages.com root domain.
Provided by Unbounce, this domain is SSL-secure and completely safe to use for live campaigns or to drive organic or paid web traffic.
Learn more about the ubpages.com root domain here within our documentation: Adding a Custom ubpages.com Root Domain.
Automatically Connecting Your Custom Domain
Is your domain registered with GoDaddy, MediaTemple, or 1&1 IONOS?
If so, then Unbounce can help you configure your custom domain automatically within the Unbounce builder. Follow the steps in our Adding Your Domain Automatically article to set up your CNAME record using Unbounce’s in-app process.
Connecting Your Custom Domain to Unbounce
Is this your first time setting up your own domain and you’re unsure where to start? Our Connecting Your Domain to Unbounce article is a great beginners’ launch pad with step-by-step instructions and links to setting up your own CNAME with each different hosting provider, such as BlueHost, HostGator, and DreamHost.
Connecting Your WordPress Domain
Do you have a self-hosted WordPress site? Then you can publish landing pages to your own WordPress domain using our customer WordPress plugin without having to go through the complexity of DNS record and CNAME setups by using our Connecting Your Domain Using the WordPress Plugin article.
Connecting Your Naked Domain
If you're using a root domain (a domain that normally starts with "www"), you might want to ensure visitors can reach your page without typing "www" in front of the domain as well.
You can follow the steps in this article: Setting Up a Naked Domain in Unbounce.