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Hosting content on multiple subdomains

Last updated: October 13, 2020

Applies to:

Marketing Hub  Starter, Professional, Enterprise
Service Hub  Professional, Enterprise
CMS Hub  Professional, Enterprise
Legacy Marketing Hub Basic

Your ability to host HubSpot content on multiple subdomains depends on your HubSpot subscription.

  • Marketing Hub Basic accounts can host all content types (blog, landing pages, email) on one subdomain.
  • Marketing Hub Starter accounts can host landing pages on one subdomain.
  • Marketing Hub Professional can host content on unlimited subdomains and top-level domains under one brand domain. You can set one subdomain as primary for each content type (blog, landing pages, email), and connect additional domains as secondary domains. 
  • Marketing Hub Enterprise accounts can host content on unlimited subdomains and top-level domains under one brand domain. You can set one subdomain as primary for each content type (blog, landing pages, email), and connect additional domains as secondary domains. Additional brand domains can be purchased with the brand domain add-on.
  • CMS Hub Professional accounts can host content on unlimited subdomains and top-level domains under one brand domain. You can set one subdomain as primary for each content type (blog, landing pages, website pages), and connect additional subdomains as secondary domains.
  • CMS Hub Enterprise accounts can host content on unlimited subdomains and top-level domains under two brand domains. You can set one subdomain as primary for each content type (blog, landing pages, website pages), and connect additional subdomains as secondary domains. Additional brand domains can be purchased with the brand domain add-on.
  • Service Hub Professional and Enterprise accounts can host their knowledge base tool on one subdomain.

Secondary domains can be used to host a campaign, microsite, or other content you'd like to keep separate from your main site, if you have an appropriate subscription as stated above. You can also replace a domain to set up a secondary or redirecting domain as primary for another one of your content tools.

Learn more about how to change which domain is the primary domain for a particular content tool type.