One of the major benefits of having a custom domain is the ability to set up or create a business email ending with your domain name. This practice makes your website & works look more professional to your clients. Think about it, Mr. Smith invited you for a “business meeting” and after having a brief discussion with him, he then requested for your email address in other to contact you later on. Now, which would you give him?
From the above emails, you’ll certainly agree with me that [email protected] makes sense, looks more professional and quite trustworthy. Before now, one could easily create a professional email address with the Google apps for business. However, this service didn’t last long, as the “free version” was shut down after Google “lowered” the amount of users (using the free account) from 50 to 10. Google had to quench this offer because there was a need for a “24/7 customer support and larger inboxes”. Moreover, businesses were outgrowing the free or basic version.
If you can pay a couple of bucks ($5), then you can be able to create a professional business email using the Google app for business. However you can easily create the same business email using Zoho Mail, and the best part is it’s completely Free!. Zoho Mail is an ’email service’ that allows you to create a Free ‘no ad’ Business email, & the service brings a ton of plethora features. Actually, i discovered Zoho Mail while digging deep into the web. So, I thought it would be wise to share it here. So here’s how to create a free business email address with your custom domain name by using Zoho Mail.
Let’s Get You Setup
To begin with, you will need to sign up or create a new account with Zoho Mail. So head over to the official Zoho Mail Sign Up page to do this. Now, you have to fill out the necessary form, thus enter your business or company domain name, your mobile number, administrator account, password. etc. Once you are done, simply hit the ‘Sign Up’ button to continue.
From the Window, you will need to enter your mobile number. From here, “Zoho Mail” will send you a 4 digit PIN. Simply input the ‘code’ and continue. Now the next step will be to verify your domain and once you’re done with it, you’re ready to use the Zoho Mail Free Service. You can also configure things from here.
Install Zoho Mail
Ok! now that we are done creating a Zoho Mail account, it’s high time you grab the ‘Zoho Mail Android app’ from the Google to make things much easier. So head over to the Google Play Store, and search for Zoho Mail. Hit on the result and install the app. From here, locate the app from your device’s app drawer and open it.
From the initial startup, you can swipe to read the impressive features ‘Zoho Mail’ brings to its abode. When you are done, hit the Sign In button. From here, enter your Email and Password and click Sign In.
Welcome to Zoho Mail
Zoho Mail brings a simple & yet intuitive user interface, the app is similar to Gmail and the yahoo mail app. To compose a message for your clients, you will only need to tap on the “floating icon” at the bottom right corner of Zoho Mail app, then enter the client’s email address, the subject of your mail and compose your email. When you’re done, you can attach a file and send your message.
Diving into the Zoho Mail’s hamburger menu, you’d notice similar options. You can draft, spam and trash unwanted messages. To configure options in Zoho Mail, tap on the settings icon and from here you can add up to 10 user accounts. If you want unlimited user accounts, then there’s a need to upgrade to the Zoho Mail’s premium version.
There’s this say that “when one door closes, then another door will open”. Zoho Mail throws more light to creating a professional business email ending with your website’s domain name. It’s your best alternative if you can’t pay the $5 to the Google app for business. Remember Zoho Mail is ad-free, you’re definitely going to love it.
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Seriously this helped me alot. Thanks for this great article
This is very interesting to know. It is better than buying a host for your business email