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By RBA - May 27th, 2007, 11:11, Category: FAQ

Many people have asked us how to have their coRank site under their own domain, so instead of running out of (where 'mysite' is of course the name you gave to your coRank site) it can be accessed from, for example,

By the way, let's continue using as our... example ;-)

Firs of all, yo must have created your site at coRank. If you haven't then start there.

Now, if you already have a website at, you  want to run your coRank site from a subdomain, which could be, or any other subdomain (subdomains such as mail, smtp, pop, ftp and www are generally used for other things, so be creative when seelcting the name for your subdomain). If you want, you can also get a domain just for your coRank site, it's up to you.

Let's say you decided to go with There's only two things you need to do.

  1. Edit the DNS records of your domain and create a new CNAME record for aliased to

    Alternatively you could create a "type A record" where points to the IP This method has the disadvantage that it will likely become obsolete in the future (when it does we'll announce it here regardless). Of course, either way you have to replace with your subdomain+domain.

    If you don't know how to do any of this, ask your hosting company, your domain registrar or your webmaster. Each registrar and hosting company has its own control panels to configure domain records, and we cannot possibly know how to use all of them. In other words, we likely don't know how to do those changes, so ask the people who does: your hosting company or registrar.

  2. Let us know! Go and send us a message with the following information:

    • Your coRank username
    • The current URL of your coRank site (???
    • The complete (sub)domain you wish to use. It must be yours already, of course, and you must have done step 1 already.

    Please do not write to us unless you've done step 1 (creating a CNAME or A record for your subdomain), because if you haven't, all we're going to do is ask you to do it and get back to us when you've done it, so let's help each other save some time by not going through that :-)

And that's it. Any questions, let us know either down here in the comments or via!

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