Today, we’re taking the guesswork out of how to connect a third-party domain to your online store with Shopify.
Subscribe now for a step-by-step guide on connecting a third-party domain from GoDaddy or 1&1 IONOS. If you don’t have a domain with either of these providers, then check out the timestamps to skip ahead and learn how to manually edit your DNS settings.
Connecting your domain, means that the domain is still managed and maintained by the provider you purchased it from. But, potential customers see your custom URL when visiting your online store with Shopify.
Third party domains (Shopify Help Center) » https://bit.ly/3a4cjnY
Domain provider list:
1&1 IONOS » https://bit.ly/2xPshnE
123 Reg » https://bit.ly/2xPsqrc
Bluehost » https://bit.ly/39X1XGe
Domain.com » https://bit.ly/307xSkN
Enom » https://bit.ly/3d8sqCI
GoDaddy » https://bit.ly/3deaU06
Google Domains » http://bit.ly/2IXgDcx
OVH » http://bit.ly/3bb0P1N
Namecheap » http://bit.ly/3b8gdME
Networksolutions » http://bit.ly/3d8sXoc
Register » http://bit.ly/2QqKfmO
Hostgator » http://bit.ly/2x52o2H
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