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How to Point a WordPress Landing Page to a Different Domain

How to Point a WordPress Landing Page to a Different Domain 

Written By: author image Stacey Corrin
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Stacey has been writing about WordPress and digital marketing for over 10 years and on other topics for much longer. Alongside this, she's fascinated with web design, user experience, and SEO.
     Reviewed By: John Turner
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John Turner is the co-founder of SeedProd. He has over 20+ years of business and development experience and his plugins have been downloaded over 25 million times.

Do you want to create landing pages for any domain on a single WordPress website?

There are many ways to map domains in WordPress. Yet, with multiple domain mapping on a single site, you can create microsites without installing WordPress on every domain.

This article will first explain the different versions of WordPress domain mapping. Then, we’ll show you how to point a single WordPress landing page to a different domain.

What Is WordPress Domain Mapping?

WordPress domain mapping is the process of making sure your domain name connects to the web host server where your WordPress site’s files are.

You might need to do this if:

  • You have several domains that all need to point to a single server.
  • Your domain registrar is different from your hosting provider or hosting account.
  • You’re switching to a new Content Management System (CMS) like WordPress and want to preserve the links on your website.

Simply put, WordPress domain mapping is a way to redirect users to the correct web host through your site’s address.

Now that you know what domain mapping is, how does this apply to WordPress multi-sites?

What Is a WordPress Multisite Network

WordPress multisite network

A WordPress Multisite network is an easy way to run and manage more than 1 WordPress site or blog from a single WordPress installation.

This allows you to create new sites instantly and manage them with the same username and password.

What Is WordPress Multisite Domain Mapping?

By default, extra sites on your WordPress multisite network are created as:

  • Subdomains like
  • Or subfolders such as

As you can see, this doesn’t look very professional.

With WordPress multiple domain mapping, you can point a site on your network to a specific external domain, like That way, visitors will see it as a regular, single website.

But what if you want to connect specific domains to different pages on 1 WordPress website? That’s where WordPress single site domain mapping comes in.

What Is WordPress Single Site Domain Mapping?

WordPress single site domain mapping involves pointing domain names to single pages on your WordPress site. This allows you to give specific landing pages on your site their own custom domain names as if they were standalone sites.

Here’s how a standard website structure looks:


With single-site domain mapping, you can take a custom domain like and point it to an individual landing page,

This means when visitors type into their address bar, the page will look like a standalone website instead of a subpage on a larger website, i.e.: instead of

The great thing about this approach is that you won’t need to create separate WordPress installations for each domain. Instead, you can manage them all from your existing website and still achieve the same effect.

Why Use a Different Domain Name for Landing Pages?

There are many reasons why creating different domains for landing pages is a good idea for your business.

Webinar landing page design

Here are just a few examples:

  • Website Launch: You could launch a coming soon page from your existing site and use single site domain mapping to set it up on a new domain.
  • Real Estate Business: Instead of listing properties on and, you can create individual page sites like and
  • Webinar Marketing: You could launch a webinar for your business at and have the webinar page at

With your landing pages mapped to different domain names, it’s easier to market them to the right audience and give each page a distinct look, feel, and branding.

It’s also much easier to track each page’s performance individually in Google Analytics to see if your marketing efforts are paying off.

Now that you know the benefits of mapping single landing pages to custom domains in WordPress, let’s see how to do it!

How to Point Single WordPress Landing Pages to Custom Domain Names

In WordPress, different domain landing pages typically involve using multiple WordPress plugins. For instance, you’d need:

  • A WordPress landing page plugin to create a high-converting landing page
  • The WordPress multiple domain mapping on single site plugin to point your landing page to a custom domain

This can be confusing if you’re unsure what the best WordPress plugins are for your needs. It can also add unnecessary bloat to WordPress, slowing down your site.

Luckily, there’s an easy solution that requires only a single plugin: SeedProd.

point wordpress landing page to different domain with SeedProd

SeedProd is the best WordPress website builder and drag-and-drop landing page builder on the market. It allows you to create stunning landing pages quickly and easily without writing a single line of code.

Using the easy drag-and-drop visual editor, you can create custom WordPress themes and any type of landing page and customize them. Just point and click to get everything looking exactly the way you want.

You can then use the Domain Mapping feature to point a custom domain to your landing page without installing an extra plugin.

SeedProd also comes with powerful coming soon, maintenance, 404, and login page modes. This means you can:

All of this and more is available in 1 lightweight and bloat-free WordPress plugin to drive more leads and sales for your business.

With that in mind, here’s how to use SeedProd to create landing pages for any domain on a single WordPress site.

Step 1: Install and Activate SeedProd Landing Page Builder

SeedProd’s Domain Mapping feature is only available for Pro and Elite SeedProd plans. So, click here to get started with SeedProd and download the plugin.

Then log in to SeedProd and click the View License Key, Details, and Downloads link.

Login to SeedProd to see your licence key details.

On the Downloads page, copy your license key and paste it into a blank document or notepad to use later.

Copy your SeedProd license key

From there, you need to install and activate SeedProd on your WordPress website. If you need help with this step, follow these step-by-step instructions for installing a WordPress plugin.

After installing and activating SeedProd, you’ll see a welcome screen like the one below.

Activate the seedprod maintenance mode plugin

Now paste the license key you copied earlier into the field and click the Verify Key Button.

Next, scroll down the page and click the Create Your First Page button. This will take you to SeedProd’s landing page dashboard.

Create your first landing page to point wordpress landing page to different domain

Step 2: Create a New Landing Page

On the next screen, you’ll see 4 different page modes you can activate in SeedProd, including:

  1. Coming Soon Mode
  2. Maintenance Mode
  3. Login Page
  4. 404 Page
SeedProd landing page modes

You can activate each mode with a single click to show customized landing pages to your website visitors.

Note: Domain Mapping is only available for individual landing pages, NOT for pages created with various page modes.

This area is where your landing pages are displayed after you create them with SeedProd. You won’t see anything in this section yet, but they’ll show up in a list once you’ve made them.

To make your first page, click the Create New Landing Page button.

Create a new landing page with SeedProd

After clicking the button to make a new landing page, you’ll see SeedProd’s library of customizable landing page templates. You can edit and customize these designs in the drag-and-drop page builder.

seedprod landing page templates

You can filter the templates by clicking any label along the top of the screen, such as:

Pick any template close to the type of page you want to create. Then, hover your mouse over the template thumbnail and click the tick icon.

click the tick icon to choose a landing page template

For this tutorial, we’ll use the “Sales” template.

After clicking the template, a popup appears asking you to enter your landing page name and URL. You can change this later if needed.

Enter your landing page name and URL

After entering the page name, click the Save and Start Editing the Page button to launch the template in the visual editor.

Step 3: Customize Your Landing Page

SeedProd’s page builder is divided into 2 sections to make customizing your page as easy as possible.

SeedProd drag and drop landing page builder visual interface

You can drag any page block from the left-hand panel and drop it onto the page preview on the right.

drag and drop landing page blocks onto your page

Customizing Page Blocks

After, you can click any element on your page preview to open customization settings in the left-hand panel.

For instance, clicking the call-to-action button (CTA) on our page preview shows the option to edit the button text.

Customize your landing page button text

If you like, you can also click the Templates tab to choose a different button style and apply it to your page with a single click.

Landing page block templates

Many of SeedProd’s page blocks come with pre-made block templates like this, making it easier to customize your design.

In the Advanced tab, you can tweak the block style by adding custom colors, changing borders, padding, and more.

Advanced seedprod block settings

To change the default template image, click any image on your page preview to show the options in the left-hand panel.

click the trash can icon to delete an image

Click the trash can icon to remove the current image, then click the Use your Own Image button to upload a new photo from your computer or WordPress media library.

Upload a custom landing page image

If you prefer, you can click the Use a Stock Image button to browse thousands of royalty-free photos.

SeedProd landing page with custom stock image

Advanced Page Blocks

You can also use SeedProd’s Advanced page blocks to make it easier to generate leads.

SeedProd advanced landing page blocks for lead generation

For example, you can use the following:

Page Sections

SeedProd also makes it super-easy to add complete page sections to your landing page design.

Just click the Sections tab to see different pre-made designs for header and footer areas, hero areas, FAQ areas, and more.

SeedProd landing page sections

By using Sections, you won’t need to manually build each page area block-by-block. They’re already made for you, so click one you like, and it’s added to your page automatically.

Global Customization Settings

Another way to perfect the design of your page is with SeedProd’s Global Settings options. Just click the gear icon in the bottom left corner of your screen to customize your background, fonts, colors, and CSS globally.

SeedProd global settings for landing page customization

This means you can make changes, and the results are applied globally to the page without updating each element manually.

For instance, clicking the Colors option allows you to set the global colors for your landing page buttons, links, text, and more.

Global landing page color options

You can also click the Color Palette button and choose from over 20+ pre-designed landing page color schemes.

Choose a landing page color palette

Just remember to click the green Save button in the top-right corner to store your changes periodically.

Step 4: Integrate Your Email Marketing Service

One of the main goals of a successful landing page is to collect email addresses from potential customers. This enables you to contact them and nurture them through your sales funnel.

SeedProd makes growing your email list easy with its many email integration options. You can find them by clicking the Connect tab at the top of the page builder.

seedprod email marketing integrations

On this page, you can integrate with popular email marketing services like:

You can also connect to thousands of marketing platforms via Zapier and integrate your landing page with Google Analytics to track your page’s performance.

To learn how to connect to specific email providers, check out our email integration documentation.

If you don’t have an email marketing provider, you can still collect and track email subscribers with SeedProd’s subscriber management system.

You can see the details of anyone who subscribes to your landing page in the Subscriber Overview by going to SeedProd » Subscribers from your WordPress dashboard.

SeedProd subscriber management dashboard

Step 5: Connect Your Landing Page to a Different Domain with Domain Mapping

The next step is to connect your landing page to a custom domain name. To do this, click the Page Settings tab at the top of your screen.

Here, you can configure your General, SEO, Analytics, and Scripts settings by clicking each option.

The most important setting for this tutorial is the Custom Domain option. This allows you to point your WordPress landing page to a different domain name.

So, go ahead and click the Custom Domain tab to see the WordPress domain mapping settings.

point wordpress landing page to different domain with SeedProd's custom domain mapping

First, turn the Custom Domain toggle from “Off” to “On.” Then, in the Domain Name field, enter the domain you’d like to point your landing page to.

Add a custom domain name to your WordPress landing page

If you have an SSL certificate installed on the domain you wish to point your page to, you can use the Force HTTPS option. This redirects visitors to the secure HTTPS version of your domain instead of HTTP.

Now click Save to preserve your changes.

Step 6: Preview Your Page on Mobile

Now that you’ve created your landing page and mapped it to a custom domain name, it’s time to make sure everything looks correct on mobile devices.

So go back to the Design tab, then click the mobile icon at the bottom of the screen.

SeedProd mobile preview option

This loads your page in a mobile preview.

check that your landing page works correctly on mobile devices

From there, you can optimize your landing page design for mobile devices. Just edit and reorganize your page as you would in the desktop preview. The changes are applied automatically to all versions of your page.

Step 7: Publish Your WordPress Landing Page

Now that you’ve learned how to point a WordPress landing page to a different domain, it’s time to make it live.

So, click the down arrow next to Save and click Publish from the top-right corner of your screen.

Click the publish button to publish your WordPress landing page with a custom domain

You’ll then see a popup telling you that your page has been published.

Your landing page has been published notice

Go ahead and click the See Live Page button to see how your landing page looks.

landing page mapped to a custom domain name on a single WordPress installation

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the SEO implications of pointing a landing page to a different domain?

Addressing the SEO implications of pointing a WordPress landing page to a different domain requires understanding how search engines view content and domain authority. Potential challenges, like diluted domain authority or confused user navigation, must be considered.

Can I point multiple landing pages on my WordPress site to different domains using SeedProd, and if so, how does the process differ from pointing a single landing page?

When managing multiple landing pages across domains, the approach should remain consistent. Focus on clear, strategic reasons for each domain choice to ensure a seamless user experience and maintain SEO integrity.

What happens if the custom domain linked to the WordPress landing page expires or is transferred?

For expired or transferred domains linked to landing pages, proactive management and timely updates are crucial to avoid broken links and negative user experiences, which can impact both SEO and site credibility.

And that’s it!

You’ve now learned how to point a WordPress landing page to a different domain. The best part is that it only required a single lightweight WordPress plugin to make it happen!

With SeedProd, connecting any WordPress landing page to a single domain is easy; even beginners can do it. As a result, you can create multiple microsites without installing WordPress on every domain.

Why not try it for yourself?

You might also find the following WordPress guides helpful:

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Stacey Corrin Writer
Stacey has been writing about WordPress and digital marketing for over 10 years and on other topics for much longer. Alongside this, she's fascinated with web design, user experience, and SEO.

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