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How to Setup a Professional Email Address with Google Apps and Gmail

The first thing every business owner needs is a professional email address. After you setup your website, the next most important to do is create a professional branded email address. In this article, we will show you how to setup professional email address with Google Apps and Gmail.

What is a Professional Email Address?

A professional email is the one that has your business name in it. For example, john@myphotostudio.com is a professional email address.
Email accounts on free email services like john.photographer@gmail.com are not good because they do not look professional.
For a professional email address, you will need a domain name and a website. We have step by step guide on how to choose a domain name and how to install WordPress to quickly setup a website.
If you already have a domain name and a website, then you are all set to have your own professional email address.

Why Use Google Apps for Professional Branded Email Address?

You might be thinking why use Google Apps when most WordPress hosting companies offer unlimited email accounts with your own domain name?
Email is one of the most crucial communication tool for any individual or business. With an unreliable email service, you can miss important emails, and this can hurt your business.
Most hosting email servers are unreliable, restrictive, isolated, and less secure. You wouldn’t even know if the email you sent was delivered.

This is where Google Apps for Work and Gmail comes in.

Full Article: wpbigneer

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