If you’re like most people today, your presence on the web is scattered among several (ok, more than several) social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and many more. If you own your own domain name, you can “brand” each of your social media sites with it, even if you’re not using your domain for your own website. For example, if LinkedIn is the primary site where you want to make it easy for others to find you, by simply forwarding your domain name to your LinkedIn site, visitors to your domain will be sent there. We make it easy, just follow the instructions HERE. Hint: Domain masking should not be used for sites using https or SSL, as do most social media sites – you’ll get a blank page; just use forwarding without masking.
Likewise, if you have multiple social media sites you can create a subdomain (free with AtwebDomains) for each one of them. If your domain were myexample.us and you created a subdomain for it called facebook.myexample.us and forward it to your Facebook page, someone who visits facebook.myexample.us will be taken to your Facebook page – a pretty cool way to make it easy to tell your friends how to find you. You can create as many subdomains as you desire, all with your domain name from AtwebDomains. Creating and forwarding subdomains is simple to do from your account domain list, just click on your domain name and scroll down under Settings to Forwarding and click on “Manage” under Subdomain.