A domain host is an internet hosting service that manages your domain name, such as example.com. Domain hosts use DNS records to connect your domain name to email, websites, and other web services. For example, GoDaddy, Google Domains, and IONOS are among the most popular domain hosts.
To use some of Brevo's features, you need to add DNS records to your domain host. For example, you need to add a DKIM record to your domain host to authenticate your domain.
Identify your domain host
If you don't know your domain host, you can use ICANN’s registration data lookup tool to find its information. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a non-profit organization that collects information about domains.
- Go to lookup.icann.org.
- In the search field, enter your domain name.
- Click Lookup.
- You will find your domain host under Nameservers in the Domain Information section.
⏩ What's next?
- Authenticate your domain to improve the deliverability of your emails (DKIM)
- Verify your domain to approve new senders automatically
- Setting up a dedicated IP in Brevo
- Host your landing page on your domain or subdomain