If you'd like to have a nice user friendly URL that redirects potential customers directly to your hosted funnel, this article is for you.
There's many reasons to want your main URL (i.e. www.yoursite.com) to point to a sales or lead funnel. The main reason, is branding. You don't want your potential customers having to remember a URL that contains all sorts of information that may not be pertinent to the actual product.
Think of yourself as the customer. You see some really cool peanut butter you want to buy. The advertisement says, "Go to go.petespeanutbutter.com/buy-some-peanut-butter/!", rather than "Go to petespeanutbutter.com!"?
The problem with most funnel builders online, your page's URLs will contain a subdomain ("go" in the example above) to direct any traffic using that subdomain to the funnel builder. It will also contain some folder on the back end of the URL string. This folder is where the funnel builder houses your actual funnel.
Luckily, this isn't a tough problem to fix. All you need is access to your DNS Settings on your domain provider's website. Usually, this is where you purchased your domain, but may be your website's hosting service if you've transferred it.
Each domain provider and host has different methods to get to your DNS Settings, but it's a good bet if you type "CNAME" into their support/help search you'll be directed to where you need to be.
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