Login to your Domain Provider (such as Godaddy, Namecheap).
Go to the Domain Name System (DNS) Settings.
Update DNS where your nameserver is pointed to.
STEP 2: Copy the CNAME value and Paste it into the Domain DNS Settings
Copy Canonical Name (CNAME) value from the panel.
Go to Customise > Domain> Tracking Domain.
Add a CNAME record in the DNS settings of the domain provider from where you have purchased it.
STEP 3: Request SSL and Domain Custom Settings
Request for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) on the New Tracking domain on Trackier SupportSecure Sockets Layer. (The Trakier team offers to do batch-wise SSL on Tuesdays and Fridays).
By clicking on +Add Tracking Domain, add the new custom tracking domain in Trackier.
Mention your New Domain Name
Once the SSL is done, switch it from ‘No’ to ‘Yes.’
Whitelist this Tracking Domain to your Publisher.
The Tracking link will be generated for your Publisher while others can’t see this domain.
Select checkbox’s “Default Tracking Domain” if you want to generate all your links with this domain.
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