We’ll talk about Adding a Bluehost Subdomain to Click Funnels today. If you have a Bluehost account for your domains, adding your subdomains to your Click Funnels account is simple.
- Before beginning, you will require:
- An Account with Bluehost
- Account for Click Funnels
- To set up your Bluehost subdomain, follow these steps:
- Adding a CNAME record in Bluehost, in step one
- Add your subdomain to Click Funnels in step two.
- Secure your subdomain in step three.
Step 1: Adding CNAME Record For Subdomain
It generally works the same to add a CNAME record for the root domain as it does for a subdomain. You will only need to add one record in this situation. Only when the subdomain is used before the root domain will this direct customers to your funnel. For instance, go to your site or visit it.
- Open the Bluehost control panel and log in.
- From the left-side navigation menu, select the Domains tab.
- Click the down arrow next to Manage next to the domain name you want to edit.
- From the drop-down option, select DNS.
- Additionally, click Manage. (optional)
- then choose DNS from the top menu of links. (optional)
- Find CNAME (Alias).
- On the Add Record button, click.
- In the field marked “Host Record,” type your subdomain. For instance, go, visit, or sales, etc.
- Points To: Type target.clickfunnels.com there.
- Keep the TTL field’s default value of 4 Hours (min).
- To save, click the Save button.
Step 2: Add Your subdomain Within Click Funnels
- Navigate to account settings from the Click Funnels dashboard.
- Go to domains from the account settings.
- Pick add new domain from the domains option.
- Choose an existing domain from the menu.
- You should delete the www from the add your domain section before adding your subdomain dot your domain.com and choosing a domain.
- Please select I have completed this step since Bluehost has already been configured.
- Next, choose Associate funnel from the menu options to link this subdomain to one of your already-existing funnels.
- Now that your subdomain has been validated.
Step 3: Secure Your New Subdomain
- To edit, select Edit by clicking the three dots next to your subdomain.
- Simply click Expand next to SSL.
- Press Add SSL.
- As indicated by the message, wait 10 to 15 minutes.
- Go back and select Expand.
- To check now, click.
- When this is done, a success message will show up.
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Setup is simple thanks to the dashboard’s direct access to the WordPress installation.
Click Create New Site, provide your site name and tagline, and then choose your subdomain to install WordPress on. It takes a little while to install.