How to get pro email

Learn why professional email is a must when it comes to business.

How to get pro email
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Forget yourname@gmail.com.

Use something like info@yourname.com.

The three primary reasons you should use a dedicated email service provider with a custom domain name are:

πŸ‘ Security
πŸ‘ Reliability
πŸ‘ It looks professional

3 steps to getting pro email

Step 1 (click for more)

Access your domain name control panel.

If you don't know what a domain name is, click here.

Tip: keep access to your domain name secret. If somebody else can access your domain name control panel, they could access your emails and your website.

Step 2 (click for more)

Buy email services from a professional service provider.

I recommend Proton Mail because it is one of the most secure email providers on the planet, is affordable and works beautifully with a solid desktop portal and app.

🚨 Use a dedicated email service provider. Email is complex; providers that don't specialise exclusively in email services are likely to run into problems, meaning time and energy sucked from you when things go wrong.

Step 2 (click for more)

Connect your domain name to your email service.

Your email service provider will provide you with settings you must to add to your domain name control panel. These include:

πŸ‘ MX records
πŸ‘ Security keys

It sounds complicated, but it's quite easy and only takes minutes. This is something I can help you with.

About Proton Mail

Proton Mail: Get a private, secure, and encrypted email account | Proton
Proton Mail is the world’s largest secure email service with over 100 million users. Available on Web, iOS, Android, and desktop. Protected by Swiss privacy law.

πŸ‘ Reliable
πŸ‘ Competitively priced
πŸ‘ Packed with useful features
πŸ‘ Flawless desktop interface and app
πŸ‘ Swiss-based and completely secure
πŸ‘ Excellent customer service (not that you'll need it)
πŸ‘ Catch-all service. If your email address is info@yourdomain.com and somebody misspelt 'info', you would still receive their email