How do I manage domains for my landing pages?
You can manage your domains on the Landing page domains page. To open it, go to Profile>>Manage account>>Domains.
Once you’re there, you can add, remove, and view the status of your domains. You can add as many domains as you need, and remove them according to your preferences. The Domains page also lets you know which domain you’ve assigned to a landing page, and how many landing pages live at that domain.
Here’s how it works:
To add new domains
Click Add domain.
Enter your domain name.
If you’re using a subdomain for your landing page, enter your subdomain name, too.
Click Add domain.
Note: You can also add a new domain and then assign it to a landing page in the Landing page URL settings section of the My landing page settings page. If you need more information on how to do this, go to How do I assign my own domain or subdomain to a landing page?
If you’d like to see examples of when to use domains, subdomains, and directories for your landing pages, go to How can I use domains, subdomains, and directories for my landing pages?
To remove a domain
- Click or rover over the Actions icon (vertical ellipsis) to open the options.
- Click Remove and confirm you want to remove the domain.
The landing page continues to live at subdomain hosted with GetResponse. If you’d like to remove the page itself, go to Menu>>Landing pages and select Delete from the Actions menu next to your landing page.
View the status
Status tells you whether you can assign a given domain to your landing page.
The domain isn’t active yet means that you need to give it up to 24 hours for our system to verify the DNS records for your domain. You don’t need to take any action. Just give it up to 24 hours for the process to conclude.
We weren’t able to verify this domain for 48 hours. Looks like you need to verify your DNS settings means you need to check if you’ve changed the settings properly. For reference, see How do I change the DNS settings?
This status lets you know that the domain you’d like to assign doesn’t show anywhere in the DNS records. We know the domain isn’t active and we’re not waiting for changes to propagate. This might happen if you’re trying to assign a domain that doesn’t exist anymore. For example, you had a domain but you deactivated it.
If you have any further questions, please contacts customer support at your domain provider.