Last updated: August 3, 2021
If you're rebranding your company or website, you can replace your brand domain to update the URLs of your hosted content.
Follow the below steps to replace your brand domain. If you're also changing your subdomain or top-level domain, follow the additional steps at the end of this section to replace your primary domain.
Please note: if you haven't connected the new brand domain as a redirect domain, you will not see it listed in the dropdown menu.
If you're only replacing your brand domain, not the subdomains and top-level domains:
If you're replacing your brand domain and subdomain or top-level domain, continue reading below.
If you're replacing your brand domain and the subdomain or top-level domain of your website, continue the process below.
Please note: this process involves replacing the brand domain, then replacing the primary domain. Between these steps, there will be a brief period of website downtime.
After replacing the primary domain, your brand domain will be fully swapped and the content on your old primary domain will be accessible on the new primary domain.
If you're also replacing secondary domains, continue to the next section which will guide you through the process of swapping content on secondary domains.
If you have a Marketing Hub Professional, Enterprise or CMS Hub Professional, Enterprise subscription, you can use your brand domain as a secondary domain for hosting content or replace any secondary domains with your new brand domain.
To swap content on your secondary domains after replacing your brand domain:
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