Your ability to host HubSpot content on multiple subdomains depends on your HubSpot Marketing Hub subscription level.
- Basic accounts can host all content types (Website Pages, Blog, Landing Pages, Email, and Knowledge Base) on a single subdomain.
- Professional accounts can use a single subdomain per content type. These subdomains do not have to be hosted on the same domain (e.g. info.domain1.com could be primary for landing pages, blog.domain2.com could be primary for blog, etc.).
- Enterprise accounts can set a primary subdomain for each content type and can additionally publish to any connected domain (multi-domain publishing). To publish content to a different subdomain, use the alternative domain dropdown from the Settings tab of the content editor.
After your primary domains, you can connect additional subdomains to HubSpot, but note that these subdomains will be considered secondary and will redirect to your primary domain. Secondary domains are useful for hosting a campaign, microsite, or other content you'd like to keep separate from your main site. You can also replace a domain to set up a secondary or redirecting domain as primary for another one of your content tools.
If you wish to change which domain is the primary domain for a particular content tool type, follow the steps below:
- In your HubSpot account, click the settings icon settings in the main navigation bar.
- Click Domains & URLs in the left sidebar menu.
- Click Connect a domain to take your subdomain live as a secondary domain.
- After your subdomain is connected, locate the content tool you want to connect it to in the Primary domains section, then click Edit > Replace primary domain.
- In the dialog box that appears, use the dropdown to select your newly-connected subdomain, then click Replace primary domain.