posted this on October 21, 2010 04:24 PM
Unbounce is a fully hosted service, so we take care of hosting all of your landing pages. This means that you can't host the pages on your own server.
You can however, have your pages appear to be on your domain using our CNAME mapping feature. This is useful for SEO and PPC campaigns and to ensure a strong brand alignment for your page URLs.
Read more about how to set up a CNAME to your own custom domain.
Hi Oli, I have a cname, try.independentagentsonline.com which I want to use with Unbounce landing pages. How do I coordinate this Cname with my unbounce landing pages? How do I set up AdWords so it will go to my unbounce pages? and will my website (www.independentagentsonline.com get SEO credit for the click or just the unbounce page itself. Finally, how do I make my unbounce page look like a seemless part of my website? Thanks, Peter
How do I set up a test so that x% of my traffic goes to a page on my server, and y% goes to a test hosted by unbounce?
Hey Ted - I answered your question in the other thread over here. Take a look and we can chat about a possible solution.
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