Remote Domain doesn't install properly
Setting up the remote domain in your Wordpress plugin for SCT.
The remote domain solves one of two goals:
- Set up a separate domain that acts as your own personal link shortener. A good example of that is http://nams.ws - all links on that domain are redirect links created in Simple Click Tracker and controlled in MyNAMS.com
- Set up a separate domain for your client. This is a great option for local marketers specifically. You can offer a done-for-you-service to use SCT for your clients and manage their tracking links through YOUR main installation.
This can be a little confusing, but there are 2 required elements to add a remote domain in your main installation:
- A new domain (short and sweet is the way to go) like NAMS.ws or DavidLuvs.com. You can purchase your domain at http://nams.ws/snd - that's our reseller account and we'll help you with that if you have any questions.
- A separate hosting account (or cpanel if you have a reseller account). To install a remote domain (that's our term for installing a new tracking domain that doesn't live on your current blog installation), you must have a non-Wordpress domain, preferably a clean cpanel install. It's best to have nothing else on that domain. Once you get a new cpanel account, all you need is the cpanel login credentials to add to the domain installation process in your SCT Wordpress installation.
Watch the tutorials at NAMSToolkit.com for further information.