You can connect a custom sub-domain (or domain) to your AllMyLinks profile, so your visitors can access it via a more personal address than the regular allmylinks.com/xyz URL. To connect a custom domain to your AllMyLinks profile, follow these steps:
1. Set your custom domain in AllMyLinks
Head to your AllMyLinks account settings: https://allmylinks.com/settings/account
We'll use links.pamplemousse.com as a fictional example in this article.
Note: subdomains can only include letters
(123) and dashes/hyphens
No spaces, no leading or trailing dash.
2. Add the CNAME entry with your domain registrar
In your domain registrar, add a CNAME entry for the subdomain (or domain) you defined in the previous step.
- Type: CNAME
- Name: links (or whatever your actual subdomain is)
- Address/target: custom.allmylinks.com.
Not sure how to do this? Here the links to some popular registrar help pages:
3. Verify and Save
Back in your profile custom domain settings, click "Verify", and then "Save" (top of the page).
You're all set!
Need to test your domain DNS configuration?
To check that your subdomain is correctly configured with your registrar, we recommend you use the following web service: https://www.whatsmydns.net/#CNAME/ (it's quick and free)
- Enter your custom domain (e.g. links.pamplemousse.com)
- Select "CNAME" in the drop-down list
- Click Search.
If the results show "allmylinks.com ✅", your custom domain is correctly configured and ready to use with your AllMyLinks profile.
If the results show a red cross ❌ or any other value, go back to step 2.