Snorkel puts your whole Substack at your own domain, instead of it living at yournewsletter.substack.com. You also can change the look and feel of your Substack using custom CSS.
How does it work?
1) You choose a pricing plan. 2) You tell us the URL of your Substack, and the domain you want it transferred to. 3) We send you instructions on changing a few DNS records in your domain manager (e.g. GoDaddy, Namecheap). 4) We wait a short while for the DNS records to update. 5) You send us any custom CSS you want injected.
Who is this product for?
Anyone who wants more control over the branding of their Substack, or who wants to have their Substack appear as a subdomain of their existing page.
Will my Substack emails link to my domain?
Unfortunately not. We don't have any control over the emails that Substack sends, so these will take your readers back to yoursite.substack.com. The only way this'll be possible is if Substack enable custom domains themselves - which they don't plan to at the moment.