One of the most popular features in ClickFunnels is the ability to create multiple custom domains. The number of times a person has visited your site is now a metric that you can use to determine how effective your content is. More people mean more clicks and more sales! Having multiple domains is an excellent way to increase your sales and grow your business exponentially.
Although you can install a brand new domain with the click of a button, a more efficient (and for sure, less expensive) way to do so is by using the subdomain. A subdomain is like having another domain for your website. For example, let’s say you have a main domain – www.example.com – and you want to create a sales funnel for your bathroom products website. A subdomain for your bathroom products website would be www.example.com/bathroom-products. This way, when someone clicks on the www.example.com/bathroom-products link, they will be automatically re-directed to your bathroom products website.
In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to set up multiple custom domains in the ClickFunnels platform and how to integrate them all into one single website.
Step 1: Create New Accounts
Before you begin, you will need to create two accounts; one for Client #1 and one for Client #2. You can use your email address for both of these accounts.
To create a new account, click on the Create New Account button on the bottom of your dashboard. For the Client #1 account, you will need to provide a username and password, as well as a valid email address. The account settings will then be displayed, as shown in the picture below.
For the Client #2 account, you will need to provide a different set of information: a username and password, as well as a valid email address. Once you have created the accounts, you can log in to either one of them using the email address you provided. You can also go back and edit the information you provided at any time.
Step 2: Configure the New Accounts
To begin configuring your new accounts, click on the Settings button at the top of your dashboard or visit the Settings section under Tools in the left-hand column. From here, you can modify the global settings for your account, as shown in the image below.
The General Settings tab is where you can configure various settings regarding your account, such as the domain name, the contact email, etc. To set a domain for your account, visit the Domains section. This will display the list of domains you have previously created or can create with the click of a button. To create a new domain, simply click on the ADD DOMAIN button.
In addition to configuring general account settings, you can also modify the email templates used by your account. To do this, click on the Email Templates tab. From here, you can select the email templates you wish to use for your account and then modify them as needed. You can also delete any templates you do not wish to use.
Step 3: Integrate the Accounts
The final step of the process is to integrate the accounts you have configured. To do this, click on the Integration tab located at the top of your dashboard. Here, you can connect the two accounts you have previously created – Client #1 and Client #2 – and assign one of them as the Primary Account. You will then need to log in to the other account and approve the primary account’s actions on the new account’s behalf – for example, posting new blog articles, sending out email marketing campaigns, etc.
If you are lost, do not worry – you are almost at the end! Just click on the Submit button at the top right of your screen to finish the setup process.
Congratulations. You have now set up two accounts and can begin using them to grow your business.