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How to white label Surfer reports?
How to white label Surfer reports?
Updated over a week ago

Consider white-labeling your shared Audit or shared Content Editor if you want to strengthen your brand and work on Surfer's data with your client without sharing your used tool information. Whitelabeled links will have no Surfer branding.

White-labeled reports are only available for users with an Enterprise plan subscription.

Right now, we offer white-labeling for the following:

  • URL of a shared Audit report

  • URL of a shared Content Editor

How to activate white-label?

The white-label option needs to be activated manually. Of course, you need to have the white-label supporting plan (Enterprise). You will need to set up a CNAME record on DNS, i.e., "" to "".

As a last step, please contact our team to finish the process. You can reach us via live chat or email [email protected].

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