Just like with Paid Marketing, you can manage multiple domains in your Bot Zapping dashboard, according to your ClickCease plan's terms. This article will explain how one affects the other and what needs to be done to protect either one of the products or both.

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How Does Adding a New Domain to Bot Zapping Affect My Paid Marketing?

When adding a new domain to be under Bot Zapping protection, that domain will be also added to your Paid Marketing interface. But, that domain will not be protected in Paid Marketing, until you link your Google Ads or Facebook Ads account, and grant ClickCease with the necessary access.

You can view and change your domains' Paid Marketing Status directly from the Bot Zapping Interface via the Protection Settings tab:

How Does Adding a New Domain to Paid Marketing Affect My Bot Zapping?

When adding a new domain to be under Paid Marketing protection, that domain will not be automatically added to your Bot Zapping interface.

To apply Bot Zapping protection on a new/added domain, you should add it manually via Bot Zapping interface.


How to Add a New Domain to Bot Zapping Protection:

  1. Log in to your Bot Zapping interface.

  2. On the left menu, click on Add domain

  3. Go to the Protection Settings menu to copy your domain's Authentication Key and Domain Key, to activate the Bot Zapping plugin in WordPress. Follow the instructions in the following article: How To Activate Bot Zapping

To activate Paid Marketing protection on the added domain, go to your account's Paid Marketing interface and connect your Google Ads and/or Facebook Ads account. Follow the Getting Started articles collection for more details.


How to Add a New Domain to Paid Marketing Protection:

There are two easy ways to add a domain:

  1. Click on the Add domain button on the top toolbar.

  2. Go to Account > Billing & Domains:

To apply Bot Zapping protection for the added domain, log in to your account's Bot Zapping interface and follow How to Add a New Domain to Bot Zapping Protection.

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