Use an existing domain for your website

For your business website made via Business Profile, you can use a domain name, like "," that you already own.

Important: The creation of websites with Google Business Profile is no longer supported. Existing websites made with Google Business Profiles will be turned off in March 2024. When your customers click your website, they will be redirected to your Business Profile and the redirect will work until June 10, 2024. Learn more about the websites made with Google Business Profiles being turned off.

Forward your third-party domain to your website

Sign in to your hosting company account and choose a “Redirect” option or similar. You can also contact your hosting company and tell them to redirect your existing domain to your new Google Business Profile site.

Redirect your domain to the URL for your new site provided during the Google Business Profile site creation process.

For more information, visit the website of your hosting provider. Some common providers include GoDaddy, eNom, and Network Solutions.

Find your website's URL

  1. Go to your Business Profile. Learn how to find your profile.
  2. To find your website:
    • With Google Search, select Edit profile.
    • With Google Maps, select Edit profile and then Business information.
  3. Next to "Website," select the pencil icon Edit.
  4. Select Manage.
  5. On the page that opens, at the top panel, you can find your site address.
Get help from Small Business Advisors

Want to receive one-on-one guidance and tailored recommendations on how to make the most out of your Business Profile? Try booking an appointment with Small Business Advisors.

Important: This service cannot troubleshoot issues, including Business Profile verification or suspension, or Google Ads billing.

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