Host your landing page on your subdomain - GoDaddy example

In this article, we will explain how to host your landing page on your subdomain using GoDaddy.

We recommend that you use your main domain name and create a subdomain dedicated to hosting your landing pages. Be as transparent as possible, for example: pages.yoursite.com.

Good to know

  • You shouldn't use a domain or subdomain used elsewhere. For example, it should not be your website's domain, the domain used for your messaging service or the subdomain associated with your dedicated IP.
  • Take a look at this article to learn more about managing sub-pages within your multi-page landing page. 

Create two new DNS records on GoDaddy

In this example, we will host our landing page on subdomain pages.sendinbluecc.club.

Step 1: Access your domain

  1. Login to your GoDaddy account
  2. Click Domains
  3. Select My Domains

Step 2: Add a TXT record

  1. Click the 3 dots icon next to your domain name
  2. Select Manage DNS
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  3. Click ADD
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  4. Enter the following information:
    • Type: TXT
    • Host: @
    • TXT Value: value displayed on your Sendinblue account
    • TTL: default configuration (usually 1 hour)
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  5. Click Save

Step 3: Add a CNAME record

  1. Click ADD again to create the second record
  2. Enter the following information: 
    • Type: CNAME
    • Host: your subdomain (in our example, pages)
    • Points to: cname.sibpages.com
    • TTL: default configuration (usually 1 hour)
  3. Click Save

Verify DNS propagation

Your modifications will be applied immediately to the DNS zone, but please remember that propagation may take up to 72 hours.

Return to your Sendinblue account to verify DNS propagation.

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