Adding another Bookmark website

 

You can create and build multiple websites using your free or Pro membership on Bookmark:

  • Free members can create up to 5 websites

  • Pro members can create up to 15 websites

 

Below, we walk through the steps to start creating another website with Bookmark.


 

Step 1: In the Your Website tab, click the Create New Website button

To start creating another website on Bookmark, go to the Your Website tab, and click the button to Create New Website.
 

 

 

Step 2: Choose a template

Clicking the Create New Website button opens the templates page, where you can browse and preview Bookmark’s templates.

 

Tip: You can check out all pages inside a template by clicking the Live Preview button on the template’s description page.
 

 

We recommend following the steps in our Beginner’s Guide: Choosing a Template, which helps you identify your purpose and goals for your website and recommends the template(s) that best fit your focus.



 

Step 3: Register a domain

As with your first Bookmark website, you’ll need a domain for your site. The fastest way to get started is to choose a free subdomain of Bookmark.com.


 

Step 4: Your website is ready to begin

After registering your domain, the template you chose will open in the website builder window, ready for you to add your unique focus and content.
 


 


Step 5: Editing and managing your website

Each of your websites will be listed in the Your Website tab, where you can click to Edit, check your website’s Analytics and manage Form Data.

 

 

Other Guides you might be interested in:

Choosing a Template

Getting a domain for your Bookmark website

Connecting a domain purchased elsewhere

Publishing your Bookmark Website

 

 

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Bookmark Pro: Members get premium support from our dedicated success team - Chat with us one-on-one by clicking the chat icon inside Bookmark.

 



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