How to: Host your Landing Page on Your Own Server

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There are a few reasons why you want to put the landing page that you have created on your own server:

  • Your own Domain name will show
  • You have an opt-in page for your own website
  • Your server reliability (Sendlane offers amazing reliability so it’s for more personal preferences)
  • Linking preferences
  • You want to own everything.
  • Not only mask/forward it
  • HTML/CSS expert and want to change a few things?

I am going to provide you a quick tutorial on how you can put your Landing Page you created with Sendlane and add it to your own domain.

I am using GreenGeeks.com for my own preference, but the majority of the hosting companies has the similar layout called cPanel. If you are using a different one, sorry.

Step one:

Go to your Landing Page you want to put it on your server. Hit “Publish” and click on “Your Own Server” and Download the HTML.

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Step Two:

Login to your hosting account and click on “File Manager”

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Step Three:

You want to select Web Root so that you will have http://www._____.com/thename here. Make sure you change the file name to your liking. Otherwise the default name of the Landing is a long on.

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Step Three:

Click Upload

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Step Four:

Click “Choose File” and upload the HTML. You want to click Go Back after you have completed it.

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Step Five:

If you did not change the name of the file, you can see how long the page name will be. So, if you did not change it, delete and start over.

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Well, there you have it. It is pretty simple. Now you have your Landing Page on your own server with your domain name attach to it!

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