Podbean | How to Set the CNAME DNS Record on GoDaddy.com to Map Own Domain to My Podbean Site

Last Updated: Sep 21, 2016 04:22AM EDT
When you wish to use your own domain (personally branded website) for your podcast, you can do so seamlessly by mapping your domain to your Podbean podcast site. Here are the steps to do so if you host your domain with GoDaddy.com.

Log into your GoDaddy account and click “Launch” to show all of your domains. 

At this point you will see a “Domains” page, click the domain name that you want to assign to your store. Click the link " Manage DNS ".

In Zone File, you can click on the "Add Record" button to add a CNAME record.

Add the "CNAME" record to map "podcast.mydomain.com" to your podbean site, e.g. username.podbean.com. Set the "host" to "www", and "Points to" to "username.podbean.com".

Don't forget to save the changes after you add the CNAME record.

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