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Connect a Domain to Landerlab

Connecting your own domains to Landerlab is a crucial step in setting up your account. This allows you to publish and serve all your landing pages through your own domains, ensuring strong branding, and better compatibility with major search engines and ad networks.

Before you begin
Landerlab utilizes CloudFlare to handle DNS queries and configure settings for our landing pages.

We highly recommend transferring your domain to a free CloudFlare account and subsequently linking it to Landerlab for optimal performance.

Follow these steps to connect one or more domains to your Landerlab account:

  1. Log in to your Landerlab account and navigate to Domains by clicking the Domains icon on the left-side menu of your screen.
  2. When in the Domains page, click Add Domain.
  3. In the Add Domain dialog box, specify the domain name you want to add to your Landerlab account.
  4. Optional Step: If you plan to serve your landing pages through a subdomain of your main domain, like lp.yourdomain.com, specify the subdomain you intend to use.
  5. Click on Select CloudFlare Account then click +Add CloudFlare Account.
  6. In the Add CloudFlare account, add the email address associated with your CloudFlare account and your API Key (click here for more info on where to find your API key)
  7. Click on Add Domain to add your selected domain

If your domain name is not currently managed by the connected CloudFlare account, you will get a message with the necessary name servers to add to your domain.

Your newly added domain name will appear in your account’s domain list with a Pending status. It may take a few minutes to a few hours for the new DNS records to propagate and appear as “Active.”

You will receive a notification via email as soon as your domain becomes active. No further actions are required from you at this point.

Updated on January 17, 2024

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