Revolutionize Your Website Organization with GLASS™ Subdomain Website Builder

The GLASS™ subdomain website builder enables you to easily create and manage multiple subdomains to organize your website by function, service, or location, without the need to purchase a separate domain.

Launch Your Website Quickly and Manage Multiple Subdomains with GLASS™

No Domain Purchase Required

No need to purchase a domain to launch a website. Each GLASS™ subscription level includes at least one site URL hosted on the GLASS™ domain.

Quick Website Deployment

Get started quickly. No need to worry about DNS configurations and the technical backend processes. Simply choose your website design template and customize it at will.

Subdomain Management

Get the tools you need to create and manage subdomains right out of the box. Add, remove, and manage multiple subdomains from one easy-to-use dashboard.


Choose the website subscription package that suits your needs: Lowball for one GLASS™ subdomain, Flute for three GLASS™ subdomains, and Goblet for 10 GLASS™ subdomains.

Unlocking the Power of Subdomains: The Key Functions You Need to Know

Content Separation

Separate each distinct section or service of your website. Use subdomains for your blog, help center, or an online store—or provide localized content in various languages.

Organization and Structure

A website with multiple subdomains makes your website easy to use. Visitors quickly find what they’re looking for and move between the site’s different sections.

Improved Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Each subdomain can be optimized for specific keywords. This improves the overall ranking potential of your website, in turn driving more traffic to your site.


Subdomains can be used for various purposes, including separating website content according to function or hosting development and testing versions of a website.

How to Build a Subdomain Website: Tips and Best Practices

A subdomain is part of a root or primary domain that categorizes or organizes different sections of a website. For example, in the “” URL, “blog” is the subdomain, while “” is the primary domain. Each subdomain can have its own unique web pages and content.

When using the GLASS™ subdomain website builder to create custom websites, you automatically get at least one subdomain. If your company is “Zenith,” you get zenith.GLASS™ If you want subdomains for a custom domain, look at our Flute plan.

Best Practices for Creating Websites with Multiple Subdomains

When creating a website with multiple subdomains, here are some best practices:

  • Name your subdomains descriptively, according to the type of content or service they represent.
  • Create subdomains for different regions or languages. For example, use "" for your English website or "" for your French website.
  • Set up redirects when changing the URL structure of your website.
  • Avoid creating too many subdomains, as this may make the site more difficult to manage.
  • Use a subdomain website builder to create and manage your subdomains and website content easily.

To get started building subdomain websites, check out our website-building features.

Unlock the Potential of Subdomains: Creative Use Cases for Your Website

eCommerce Stores

Creating subdomains for different product categories or brands, such as "" or "".

Real Estate Brokers

Showcase your knowledge of the property market. Create a subdomain for each of your locations.

Technology Companies

Set up subdomains for different product lines to direct customers to the solutions they need.

Multi-Location Businesses

Make it easy to create content and target keywords for each business location.

Marketing Companies

Showcase marketing initiatives to new clients. Stage new content on a subdomain before going live.