Your page, your domain. 

By default, Landing Pages are hosted through ConvertKit and share the domain name 

You can instantly share a page with the URL we provide, but you may want to use your own domain instead.  

Add Your Custom Domain

To get started, head to your Account Settings by clicking your name and choosing Account Settings.

From there, select Custom Domains and choose Add a Domain.

A custom domain setup window will appear. Here you'll need to provide two things:

  • The domain (or subdomain) you'd like to use
  • Which Landing Page you'd like to use with that domain

Configure Your Domain

After you've entered your domain and selected a Landing Page, you'll be given DNS records to add via your domain provider.

NOTE: Instructions for how to add DNS records can vary per provider. Search for "Add DNS records to [your domain provider]" or contact your provider if you need help with this part.  (We've linked to the top three at the bottom of this article.) 

Once your records have been added, it may take some time for the DNS server to update them, up to a 24 hour period. 

If you come back and your records still haven't updated, try clicking Refresh, at the top of the status column.

Once verified, your Landing Page will be ready to share with your custom domain! It's important to note that, at this time, the Landing Page will only appear on the domain once you click "Verify".

Tip: You can edit or remove your new custom domain at any time by clicking the three dots in the top right corner. 

How to update DNS for major providers

Here are links directly to instructions for how to update your DNS per each major provider: 




For other providers, simply performing a Google search will usually yield great instructions. 

Adding your Landing Page to a Path

Now that you have a custom domain set up for your landing pages, you can assign a page to a specific path (

To set this up, open up your Landing Page and select Settings (gear icon) in the builder. 

From there you'll see the option to add a Page URL (the path). Once you're happy with the page url name, click "Add". 

Landing Page Templates: Use Cases

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