Andrea Allen Staff 3 years ago Impotant Note Unfortunately the Vimeo staff will not be able to offer support for all the issues or problems that may occur when setting up a domain. We strongly suggest asking a friend who has done this before for help, or see if one of your fellow Vimeo members can give any advice in the thread below. Again, the Vimeo Staff will NOT be able to offer much advice beyond these instructions. As a Vimeo PRO member, you can use a custom domain name for your Portfolios (example: example.com). You can easily use a domain you already own, or purchase a domain name elsewhere, then follow these instructions. If you already own the domain name you want to use, you can skip step number 1. Purchase the domain name from a registrar such as GoDaddy, Me-Net, or Register.com. This can be done for about $10 per year. If you want your Portfolio to live on your top-level domain such as “example.com” then you will want to follow the registrar’s instructions to set the domain’s A-Record to 18.104.22.168 Learn more about A-Records en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_record#A If you want your portfolio to live on a subdomain such as “videos.example.com” then you will need to add a CNAME Record pointing to vimeopro.com Learn more about CNAME records en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CNAME_record) You may have to wait up to 72 hours for these changes to take effect on the whole Internets. You can test your domain by using the “check domain” link on the Portfolio settings page. If you have more questions, you can try posting below to see if your fellow Vimeo Community members can help you. We also suggest asking a friend who has set up custom domains before for help.