Create Multiple Sites

Add a site or have multiple sites through Showit

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Written by JT Pals
Updated over a week ago

Showit supports one (1) domain name per account.
(A blog may also load on its own domain)

If you would like to switch to a different site design or start a new design to use with your current domain, you can do this by switching your site design.

How to Add a Site (one per domain)

If you would like to create multiple sites, or add a site under a separate domain, you will need to create a new account with a separate subscription for each site.

  1. Logout of your current account in Showit by clicking on your username in the bottom left and choose Logout.

Qualify for an Additional Site Discount

If your additional site meets the following criteria you can qualify for a 50% discount for the first 12 months on a subscription** (not available for high traffic plans):

  • The user owns and operates the additional site/business being created to receive a discounted additional site rate.

  • The additional site account must have the same first & last name listed as the original account.

  • The primary account must keep an active subscription in order for the additional site rate to remain valid.

  • The support team will need to be contacted before a subscription is activated. No previous billing adjustments will be made.

Designer Notice: Sites for your clients do not qualify for this additional site discount under your own name.

To Receive the Discount:

1). Create a new account (if you haven't already)
2). Ensure both accounts are under your name
3). Create a referral code from your full priced account

4). Subscribe your second account with the referral code from your first account
5). Send both account emails via our support chat and we can connect you with our billing department who can apply the discount to your second account!

How to Add a Subdomain

If you would like to create a subdomain, or a +site, you can do so easily right from inside of Showit.

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