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How to Set-up a Business Email Address

March 5, 2018

These days having an email address for your business is essential. Setting up a business address using your domain name (yourname@yourdomain.com) will not only make your business look more professional and reputable, it is also affordable.  

 

Below are a couple of recommended email hosting providers:

 

Zoho Mail - Free and Premium Plans

 

Zoho offers a free basic business email account which makes it a great choice if you are a small business or start-ups that does not require a lot of storage space. As you require more space or features you can upgrade to the next plan. Their standard plan is only $2.00 per month per user.

 

To get started go to Zoho Mail and select your plan. If you want to start with the free plan scroll to the bottom on the page and you'll see an option for the free plan. Click here for a complete guide on how to set-up your new email address.

 

G-Suite (Google)

 

Google is another great business email provider. Their basic plan starts at $5.00 per user per month (may be discounted if purchased through Wix). They offer a 14 day trail if you want to test it before committing. They also offer free email solutions for non-profits. For more information on their non-profit programs, please click here

 

To get started, go to G-Suite and select your plan. Click here for a complete guide on how to set-up and deploy your new G-Suite account.

 

If you are purchasing through Wix, click here to get started. Click here for a instructions on setting-up your email account through Wix.

 

Need Help?

 

If you need help setting up an email account with your domain name, please let us know and we can discuss the options with you in more detail. If you already have email accounts setup with another host, we can help you connect them to your new site. Our email setup fee starts at $30.00 for up to 10 accounts under the same domain. 

 

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