How to connect your subdomain to HighLevel

Anthony BlatnerLinkedIn Ads

Ready for new landing pages?

Here’s how you can setup your subdomain with HighLevel so that your landing pages appear on your website’s domain.

A subdomain is an extension of your main website’s domain, such as

Any simple keyword will do, “go” is most common.

The “go” is a subdomain, which points all URLs starting with “go” to the target, which will be HighLevel here.

First, to link pages from your website domain, a subdomain needs to be created and pointed at HighLevel.

To set this up, go to your domain name registrar and access your domain’s DNS settings. Your registrar is where you purchased your domain name, such as Google Domains, GoDaddy, Namecheap, or others.

Then create a new CNAME record pointed at “”

  • Name: go
  • Type: CNAME
  • Target:
  • TTL: 1h (or less)
Google Domains with a subdomain CNAME set to

Create a new CNAME record “go” with a target “”

HighLevel Documentation Here  (see ‘Configuring Sub-Domains’)