Last updated: October 13, 2020
Connect your domain to HubSpot so that your HubSpot content can be accessed on the web. After connecting a domain, you can publish HubSpot pages, blog posts, knowledge base articles, and web versions of emails to it.
For information on how to connect a domain to improve deliverability of your marketing emails, see our email domain connection guide.
Please note: a CMS Hub subscription is required to connect a www subdomain.
Please note: if you're hosting your full website with HubSpot, you will need to set up a redirect from the root domain of your website to the www subdomain in your DNS provider. If your DNS provider does not allow 301 redirects, reach out to HubSpot support for further assistance.
Please note: the Email content type is for the web version of your marketing emails. Marketing emails will use the domain connected as this type for the web version URL and image URLs. This is separate from the email sending domain, which is used to authenticate the From address used to send your marketing emails. Learn how to connect an email sending domain.
Please note: only connect subdomains that will be used to host HubSpot content. Connecting a subdomain that's used for hosting non-HubSpot website pages will cause those pages to break.
Set up your hosting with your DNS provider. For this step of the process, you'll need to log in to your DNS provider to access your DNS records. If you don't have access or are unsure how to do this, reach out to your IT team or contact your DNS provider directly.
For detailed instructions on editing your DNS records for the most common DNS providers, check out our DNS setup guide.
Please note: if you're using Network Solutions or Namecheap for hosting, or are adding your records to GoDaddy manually, you only need to enter the subdomain in the host name field in your DNS settings. These providers add your brand domain and top level domain to the end of DNS records automatically.
DNS changes can take some time to process. In most cases, DNS changes will propagate within a few minutes, though it can take longer depending on your DNS provider. If it's been more than an hour and you're still seeing an error, ensure that you've set up your DNS correctly and then contact HubSpot support.
Once your domain provisioning is complete, SSL will be enabled automatically. This usually takes a few minutes, but can take up to four hours. If you encounter any errors during the SSL provisioning process, see our troubleshooting guide for SSL certificate errors.
Learn more about SSL and domain security.
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