The new year is a time to start afresh, make new goals, and swear up and down that this is the year you finally start hitting the gym. But even as you work on your own personal growth, why not also work on your developing your online presence? Whether you’re searching for jobs or starting an online business, these resolutions can help you create your personal brand online.
Why you need to stop using a personal email for business
If you’re in the U.S., you would have to be living under a rock to not have heard about Hilary Clinton’s email scandal, in which the former secretary of state used her personal email account for work-related purposes. It’s a cautionary tale that serves as a good reminder to keep your business communications separate from your personal ones.
Why custom email is a must in the light of increased DMARC adoption
If you regularly send outbound emails to website visitors or customers, a recent increase in the adoption of DMARC could seriously affect your sends if you are not using a custom email address. Increasing numbers of email service and email marketing providers are cracking down on the use of generic email addresses in an attempt to protect receivers from phishing and spam. Although DMARC adoption is good news for email receivers, it can be bad news for email marketers who are not using a custom email address.
Work on the go with this professional email service
If you’ve ever set up a free email account on Gmail, you know it’s pretty epic for a free email option. But a time comes when your inbox starts running out of space, you find yourself in need of a better document sharing solution, and you long for an email ending that reflects your business or brand.
Good news: You can have the best of both words.
4 ways to set up email for business
Do you need a professional email address that you can associate with a website you have at Name.com? No problem. There are several options available for anyone who needs email for business purposes. Each has its own benefits that should be considered to help you determine which plan is best for you.
To simplify the decision making process, we’ve broken down each of the four options to help you choose the email plan that works best for you and your business.
Use this trick for a free business email
If you’re a business owner, you know that all the costs that come with running your own company can add up quickly. But luckily, you can create a solid online presence without having to pay and arm and a leg—you just need to know how to take advantage of the resources you have. One of our favorite ways to keep your business’s online overhead low is to take advantage of a trick to use your domain name to create a free business email address.
We’ve had a cool new product cooking in our developer oven that you’ve all been requesting for a while … email! We’re finally launching a fantastic email product that lets you have personalized, secure, and reliable email on your own domain. That means you can have email@example.com. It’s your domain and your inbox, together at last.
Email that says who you are, available everywhere.
Email is a very important part of your business. When your address says who you are, every message you send out is a marketing message that amplifies your business and increases your level of professionalism. And, because you’re always on call when your business is growing, we’ve made sure all of your devices can have your email synced to them. You can check your email from your desktop, laptop, tablet, and phone, meaning that you could be sitting in your office or standing on a beach and still make sure that your business is running smoothly.
In addition to having your own personalized email at any domain in your name.com account, you’ll also have a great address book, calendar, message translator, and inbox organizer.
That’s all we’re sharing about our new email product for now. You can find out more when it launches tomorrow.