- PROFESSIONAL & PERSONALIZED EMAIL
If you're still using an email address with your Internet Service Provider's (ISP) domain in the address, such as firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, then you'll want to know about Yahoo's new busines-level email servcies.
Up until recently only a rather small percentage of professionals have been able to register their own domain, and then successfully use it within their email address. While everyone knows that they should do this, it can be a bit complicated and is an easy task to put off until another time.
Unfortunately, when sending business email correspondence, too many of us have been promoting our ISP's more than we've been promoting ourselves.
While there are a number of ways to obtain your own domain name, and to then use your domain within your email address, none of them are as simple as the new business email services just announced from Yahoo.
In a perfect example of one-stop shopping, Yahoo now offers business email for just $9.95 per month, with a set-up fee of only $25, that allows you to register and use your own domain.
Now, regardless of whether you use AOL, Earthlink, ATT or any other ISP, you can send and receive email from your own registered domain - and none of your recipients will actually know which ISP you use, or that Yahoo is providing your email services.
Having your own domain for email not only enhances your professional image, but also protects you from business interruption should you change IPS's in the future, as most everyone eventually does. While you might change your Internet access from AOL to MSN, your email address need never change again!
For an extremely reasonable fee, Yahoo:
In addition, if you're using Eudora, Outlook or another common email program, Yahoo's service supports POP/SMTP protocols, so you can continue to use your existing software.
If you're still using an email address that promotes anyone other than yourself, it's time to change. With one stop shopping a fee of just $10 a month, this is a service that's just too good to pass up.
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