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You should probably read the main article first: Use a Custom Domain for your profile

Here's a trick that we've discovered just this week: although you can easily configure a sub-domain for your profile (e.g. links.jackjohndoe.com), it's a bit trickier –but possible!– to use a base domain (e.g. jackjohndoe.com)

Configuring your root domain for AllMyLinks

Your domain name registrar might not let you create a CNAME entry at the root (@) of a domain. (You can read about CNAME flattening for the specifics.). For this reason, we recommend using Cloudflare to manage the DNS of your domain name(s). Their DNS tools are incredibly easy and reliable, and they do have a free plan.
This is how you would proceed:

 

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Some registrars like Namecheap do allow the creation of CNAME entries for your domain root.
This is how you would proceed:

Give it a try with your registrar, it might work too. If not, we recommend you use Cloudflare DNS with your domain.

We hope this helps – cheers!

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