Custom Domain Affiliate Dashboard
A custom domain for your affiliate dashboard allows affiliates to access their dashboard at a URL like
https://affiliates.yourdomain.com instead of
To use a custom domain name such as
affiliates.yourdomain.com, create a
CNAME through your DNS provider and point it to
Enabling a Custom Domain:
Configure your DNS settings with your provider BEFORE enabling the custom domain setting within LeadDyno, because as soon as you configure your DNS setting, we will redirect the old `https://account-name.leaddyno.com` to your custom domain name. LeadDyno does not offer DNS management services nor are we a DNS consultant.
Contact your DNS provider
Each DNS provider is different, so we recommend contacting your DNS provider for detailed instructions on how to set up a
Add the CNAME record
Follow your DNS provider’s instructions to create a
CNAME record for a subdomain such as
affiliates that points to
app.leaddyno.com. Your DNS changes can take over a full day to update and the wait varies among DNS and hosting providers.
Confirm that your DNS record is set up correctly
Use the dig command with your custom domain. Using a custom domain as an example:
dig affiliates.example.com +nostats +nocomments +nocmd ;affiliates.example.com. IN A affiliates.example.com. 3592 IN CNAME app.leaddyno.com. app.leaddyno.com. 43192 IN CNAME < LEADDYNO-SERVER >. < LEADDYNO-SERVER >. 22 IN A 54.XX.XX.XXX<br>
Change LeadDyno Configuration
After setting up the
CNAME record with your provider, go to the LeadDyno Dashboard and then select Website -> Custom Domain, type in your custom domain name without the leading
http:// into the Custom Domain box.
Your custom domain name should now be ready to use at
After confirming your domain properly has the CNAME pointed to LeadDyno, LeadDyno will obtain an SSL certificate for your affiliate dashboard domain such that all traffic to your affiliate dashboard will be protected and secure.
All requests to the non-SSL version of your affiliate dashboard will be automatically redirected to the SSL-enabled version.