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    Louis Barclay commented  · 

    Responding to the comment below:

    Cloakist is a UK registered company (Cloakist Ltd, no. 12772481). If you're not happy with our service, you can hold us directly responsible. We will never steal anyone's IP or take over anyone's domain ​because it's illegal to do so under UK law, not to mention unethical.

    Quite simply, we do a great job of allowing people to move their Spark site to their own domain, taking out the hassle of e.g. hosting it yourself or having to write code, as in MR. FIX I.T.'s solution.

    I agree that it's worth considering doing this for free instead of paying Cloakist. Here is my assessment of the options:

    1. Redirect, using your domain manager (e.g. GoDaddy, Namecheap).

    Cost: $free.

    Downside: doesn't stay at yoursite.com, redirects to spark.adobe.com - UNLESS you use GoDaddy masked redirect, in which case there can be issues with your site appearing secure.

    2. Use an iFrame

    Cost: $free

    Downside: can mess up the formatting of your site, especially on mobile.

    3. Use Cloakist (https://cloak.ist/adobe-spark)

    Cost: $10/m for basic plan.

    Downside: apart from cost, none.

    Extra features: you can remove Adobe branding, change favicon, social sharing previews, and add custom code (CSS/JS)

    Disclaimer: I'm the founder of Cloakist. We now have 15+ customers using us for Adobe Spark. Here are some examples of our customers:

    https://reportages.sortiraparis.com/page/h1vAMHNOZ6EPB/ (multiple Spark pages at one domain, and fully rebranded)
    https://www.sistym.com.au/
    https://www.chevonnebaylor.com/
    http://rootsmusicproject.org/
    https://www.coffeeroastersatpitt.com/

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    Louis Barclay commented  · 

    Hi everyone! I've written an article about putting your Adobe Spark page at your own custom domain:

    https://cloak.ist/blog/how-to-put-your-adobe-spark-page-at-your-own-domain

    Hope it helps you out! We now have 10+ customers using Cloakist to move their Adobe Spark page to a custom domain. Here's an example:

    https://www.sistym.com.au/

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    Louis Barclay commented  · 

    Hi everyone! I've written an article about putting your Adobe Spark page at your own custom domain:

    https://cloak.ist/blog/how-to-put-your-adobe-spark-page-at-your-own-domain

    Hope it helps you out! We now have 10+ customers using Cloakist to move their Adobe Spark page to a custom domain. Here's an example:

    https://www.sistym.com.au/

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