Domain Whitelabeling

Would you like to have a fully branded videoask? If you're on the Brand plan, not only can you remove our branding and add your own, you can also use your own domain in the url of your videoasks! 

By default, all videoask urls start with "" followed by a random ending (called a "slug") of letters and numbers.


Domain whitelabeling allows you to mask the portion of the url so it appears as if the videoasks are hosted on your own site. Note that this will only allow you to customize the url itself, not the slug.


To enable this, you will need to point your subdomain towards VideoAsk using a CNAME record, and point your branding in VideoAsk towards your subdomain.

Step 1: Add a CNAME record

Custom domains can be used with any subdomain (ie, but currently are not supported for proxied domains.

Note, however, that the subdomain you use will only be able to display videoasks, not other types of content like your homepage or blog.


Sign in to your account with your domain host provider (ie GoDaddy, HostGator, Bluehost, etc) 


Locate where your domain's DNS (Domain Name System) records are managed. This will vary from provider to provider. It may be called DNS Management, Name Server Management, or Advanced Settings, located in your CPanel or elsewhere within your provider's dashboard.

Learn how to add a CNAME record for: Google, GoDaddy, Siteground, HostGator, Bluehost, Hostinger, 123-reg



Locate the CNAME records for the subdomain you want to use. You may already have one or more records resembling:



If required, select which domain you want to add a CNAME record to



Choose add a CNAME record. Enter the Name of the subdomain you want to use for your videoasks. 


Note: Some domain providers will autofill the ending of your url. For example, if you type they will update this to: Double check your subdomain url to make sure you are adding the desired CNAME record.


In the CNAME or "point to" field enter


Note: There are different types of DNS records. "A" records are used to point a domain to an IP address, while "CNAME" records are used whenever you want to associate a new subdomain with an already existing A record. Make sure you have added a CNAME record.


Click Save or Add CNAME Record 


That's it! Under your list of records, you should now see a CNAME record pointing from your subdomain towards

Note: It can take up to 24 hours for new DNS information to propagate. While your CNAME record has now been created, please wait up to 24 hours for the green light to activate in step 2.

Step 2: Add a custom domain to your brand

Now that you've created your CNAME record, go back to your VideoAsk account and add your custom domain (e.g. to a brand you have created.

Note: This setting is only available in the web app.


Click Build to open the videoask builder



Click Settings



Under Branding, select a brand you and click Edit or + Add brand if you want to create a new brand



Enter the subdomain you want to use for the url of your videoasks (the same subdomain you just added a CNAME record for).



If you would like to choose your own favicon (the icon that displays in a browser tab), click Upload or drag and drop your icon file.



Click Save changes


While things are being set up, a yellow dot will display next to your custom domain name.

Once we are able to detect that your subdomain resolves to (ie that the two subdomains are talking to each other), the status will be change to green and you're ready to rock!


Note: Remember that it can take up to 24 hours for DNS information to propagate once you've added your CNAME record, and the clock will start over if you make any changes. 

SSL Certificates

An SSL certificate will automatically be generated for any custom domain pointed to

To trigger the creation of an SSL certificate:


Follow the steps above and wait until the custom domain status shows green.


Load a videoask with this brand.

That's it! All videoasks with your brand will now have a securely branded url (ie

Custom Domain Content

Once whitelabeled, no other content aside from branded videoasks can be served or displayed on your custom domain.

Because of this, your bare custom domain (e.g. will automatically redirect to your brand's redirect url.

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