Adding a Custom Domain


Publishing secure landing pages just got easier and faster! You can now connect your landing page to a custom Unbounce domain that’s both SSL-secure and indexable within a matter of moments.

By connecting your landing pages to the domain, you can quickly publish your landing page to a secure domain, customize your subdomain with your company branding or campaign, and start capturing conversions straight away!

This domain is SSL-secure & indexable by Google search engines, which means you can use the domain to run actual campaigns and direct traffic to your landing page (paid or organic).


At this time, is available on select Launch, Build, Experiment, Optimize, Accelerate, and Concierge plans, and you can only add up to one subdomain per Client in an Unbounce account.

Connecting your Page with the Domain

  1. From the All Pages screen, click on the landing page you’d like to connect with the domain; the Page Overview will appear.
  2. From the Page Overview, click the Set up your first domain button:
    Red arrow pointing to grey button within the Page Overview titled 'Set up your first domain'
  3. The Set up your domain pop-up will appear with options to change the URL.
  4. Type in your subdomain:
    Add a subdomain.
    For a DNS glossary, see our documentation here: CNAME & DNS Glossary
  5. From the Domain Name dropdown, be sure to select from the list:
    Highlighted domain within dropdown menu
  6. Lastly, update the Page Path.
    For a DNS glossary, see our documentation here: CNAME & DNS Glossary
  7. Click the Save URL button when you’re happy with this domain.
  8. The landing page's domain will update with the custom domain and subdomain of your choosing:
     Updated domain name highlighted in red within Page Overview

Once you've linked the custom domain to your landing page, be sure to publish your landing page. 

Updating the Domain

To make changes to the subdomain connected to the domain, follow these steps.

  1. From the left-hand side of the Unbounce platform, click the Domains tab.
  2. Here, you’ll see a list of all the domains in your Client, including the domain created with
    All domains within the Client and domain highlighted
  3. Click three dots to the right of the domain, and from the dropdown menu, select Edit Domain.
    • A disclaimer will appear mentioning that any change to a domain (subdomain or root domain) will change the URL for all pages currently connected to that domain.
      Click Continue to proceed.
  4. Next, a new window will appear with steps for editing the domain domain.

    This step is key. Be sure to edit the subdomain only
    Gif demo of updating the subdomain only of the root domain
  5. Click Update Domain to confirm these changes.

Allow the updated subdomain some time to configure, till you see a message stating that the domain is Working and Secure (refresh the Domains page if needed):
Updated subdomain of the root domain

And that it's! Updating the domain within the Domains page will automatically update all the pages currently linked to the domain. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Does connecting to this domain count toward my total domain allocations?

The custom domain will not count toward your total domain count.

For example, if you’re part of our Launch plan, and allocated only one domain, you can still connect to the domain and add another domain.

Can I use this domain for my SEO and organic search needs?

Yes, you can! Pages published to a subdomain are SSL-secure, and search engines can easily crawl these pages still, meaning you can use pages connected to this domain for paid, organic, or social traffic web traffic.

How many domains can I add to my Unbounce account?

You can add up to one subdomain per Client in an Unbounce account.

Depending on your Unbounce subscription, you can have multiple Clients in one account. Learn more about Clients within our documentation

Is publishing a domain to, for example, just as good as using my custom domain? 

Publishing a page to has the same benefits as publishing to a custom domain of your own, especially regarding security and the ability to send live traffic to your pages.

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CNAME and Domain Glossary 

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