Are you simply annoyed of running an online business and still not having an email address with your own domain name? As far as you should have known until now, if you want your customers to keep on reminding you (and promoting you), you should have a catchy yet simple way to do so. For instance, your name can be easily reminded, but the domain name? If someone wants to send you an email, what should they go for? Since they know you run a business, the process is so simple and totally affordable! Stick with us to become one of the top-marketing people out on the Internet!
Step 1 – Choose and Register a Domain Name/URL
Quick, make sure to head to one of the numerous websites that sell domain names and URLs to start the process. It requires no time, and talking about time – the longer you wait until you get your domain name, the more chances there are to someone else to take it in front of you.
Step 2 – Creating the email address
Once you managed to have the domain name on your hands, it is extremely easy to follow the next step – head to the control panel on the website you have managed to get the domain name and you will there find an empty field where to start create your domain name. One tip I got for you is in regards to the name you will adhere to the first part of the email – your name would fit in perfectly, not only because it can be easily remembered (found all over the Internet) but it also sounds professional. It is quite the same thing as it is to business cards – besides writing your company and your post, it is utterly important to write you name for the people to look for you not for anyone else in the company!
Step 3 – Take a nap.
Trust me, after making the email address you will be standing online at all times to see whether or not someone has already contacted you. In my case, I should send you to bed, to take a nap. You worked enough until now, how about some good sleep now? If you stay online you might waste a lot of time checking and re-checking the email. Your organism needs attention more than anything! How about providing it with its right?