Your website and email are fairly obvious touchpoints for a person to engage with your business. So it makes sense that both your domain name and email address need to look professional and reinforce your brand. Yet, for some reason, millions of businesses are still using a Gmail or Yahoo address for their company’s email. As a small business owner, you want to make sure that you make a professional first impression and improve your chances of connecting with customers.
While the process of getting a custom domain name for your website is pretty straightforward, there’s more to consider when it comes to your email address.
The most common way to get a firstname.lastname@example.org is to use the email service offered by the company you registered your domain with or purchased shared hosting space from. But, if you go that route, forget about things like a calendar and read receipts, and be prepared for intermittent outages and a deluge of spam.
For a better email experience, most of these companies also resell Office 365 or G Suite. But paying for an entire product suite just to get quality email seems a little ridiculous.
Have no fear, Titan is here to help. Try Titan today and see how easy it is to enjoy a superior business email experience. Or, read on to learn how to set up a custom email address using the service offered by a registrar or hosting provider.
1. Start by accessing your account. Of course, this varies depending on the email service you’re using.
2. Choose a naming format for your email address. The most important thing is to be clean and consistent. You want only names and initials, no numbers or dashes.
3. Enter the details for your new email in the account form. Your email will be created instantly and you’ll be able to access by logging into your web hosting account.
The good news is that you now have an email address that uses your domain name and looks more professional than email@example.com. But there’s some bad news:
There is a better way. To maximize the reach of your business’ domain name while enjoying a superior email service, try Titan today, for free. With Titan, you can:
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