What is the difference between default and custom domains?

When we set up your white label, we will ask you about your preferences for the URLs your clients, prospects and salespeople will see.

There are two options:

Option 1: Default URLs

Predetermined domains with a customizable subdomain. Partners typically choose this option if they do not already have a website or they simply need to get started immediately. Here are some examples:

  • Reputation Management: [partnername].steprep.com
  • Social Marketing: [partnername].socialsmbs.com
  • Listing Builder: [partnername].pdqs.mobi
  • Business Center (client dashboard): [partnername].smblogin.com
  • Sales Center (salesperson dashboard): [partnername].snapshotreport.biz

The square brackets indicate the words you can change.

Option 2: Custom URLS

Fully customizable subdomains and domains. Partners typically choose this option if they already have a website as well as access to its DNS settings.

If you choose this option, please tell us your preferred domains for each product. You can customize the subdomain as well as the domain (as long as it is a domain you own). To give you some ideas, our partners typically choose the following formats:

  • Reputation Management: [reputation].[yourURL.com]
  • Social Marketing: [social].[yourURL.com]
  • Listing Builder: [m].[yourURL.com]
  • Business Center (client dashboard): [login].[yourURL.com]
  • Sales Center (salesperson dashboard): [sales].[yourURL.com]

The square brackets indicate the words you can change.

Fill in this form to send us your preferences, after which we will email you TXT and CNAME records, along with instructions on how to enter them into your DNS settings.

We do highly suggest that if you choose to go with your own domain that you have and SSL certificate for at least your Client's Business Center Login, if not a wildcard covering all of your subdomains: What are the Benefits to getting an SSL certificate?

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