Does Your LMS Need a Custom Domain? Pros, Cons, and Things to Consider

Does your team know where to turn for education and support without having to look it up or spend a lot of time getting to the right URL? There’s something to be said for creating a custom domain for your LMS and other eLearning resources—in addition to helping brand your content, it also ensures people know exactly where to go, and if you do it well, they’ll find that they can easily access all the information and learning resources that they need without a huge effort.

Many LMS vendors give companies the option to create a custom domain for their LMS platform. This allows the company to get a URL designated specifically for employee development and ensure that no one has to worry about that long, scrambled mess of a link that will lead to the training module. For those who are creating their own LMS or getting a hosted LMS, it’s always better to go with a custom URL when possible.

Read the full story by


Healthcare eLearning Player MedTrainer Thrives Amid Great Resignation, Strikes Key Absorb LMS Partnership Use Social Learning to Improve Engagement, Retention, and Collaboration
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK