Product: Domain & Access
This is where you choose how your members will see and access your product
On the Left
These settings will determine your public facing URLs.
REMEMBER: If you are going to add your Product into a Collection, you don't need to worry about the look of the URL here (no-one will see it) - you will do it in the Collection. So the subdomain generated automatically for you will be fine!
We strongly recommend that you use the Sub-Domain feature.
This is the simplest setup. Just select a meaningful subdomain name to precede the productdyno.com domain name (as is done for many other SaaS such as ClickFunnels, Leadpages, etc).
When you SAVE you will see that, on the right, the Access URLs will reflect your subdomain.
Only choose to enable a custom domain if you are a "techie" and familiar with setting up DNS, CNAME records and so forth. Further information can be found in this article: Custom Domain Setup Please note that using Custom Domain has no SEO benefit since you are merely redirecting your domain name to ProductDyno.
On the Right
These settings will establish how your audience consumes your content
Select Paid, Public or Free Access - check out the Information popups for each to be sure you get the right one for your purposes. For more information see the article Public Access vs Paid/Free Access to Collections in ProductDyno
You can upload your product materials via ProductDyno as shown in the next step of the Quick Start Guide
Then you direct your members to the Access/Register URLs to gain access to their purchased items. For example, in the Welcome Email ( the first in your autoresponder series) you will need to give your new subscriber/member the LOGIN link. When the customer logs in he will see his purchases and there will be an ACCESS button
|CLICK HERE for next step in the Quick Start Guide - Manage Content|
If your product materials are already situated on a server, you can instruct ProductDyno to access them where they are.
To do this, turn on the Enable External Content radio button and enter the URL of the first page you would like your customers to see. Be sure to click Copy Protection Code and copy the code given. This must be pasted on each page you want protected - more details of this can be found in this article: Securing External Content
You will not now be needing to add content to your product in ProductDyno so you now move on to Customizing what your members see
|CLICK HERE for next step in the Quick Start Guide - Customize|