If you don’t have the resources for a website, then you should spend the money to get a personalized email box for your company.

 

It will make you look more professional when you print your business cards and letterhead.

In this tech savvy century, if your company name is at Yahoo or Gmail, people view you as being small and not technologically competent.

 

Many people think that you need to have a website in order to have a personalized email box.

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How do you get started?

  1. Choose and purchase a domain name. A domain name is the name that you would use if you were building a website. Remember, you don’t have to build your website in order to have a domain name.
  2. Set up your mailbox to match the domain name. (For example, many businesses use Outlook or Outlook Express) Most domain name companies will give you directions on how to do this. Total time to complete is approximately 1-3 hours depending on skill level.
  3. Gmail now has an option to use gmail for business.
  4. Call Kaleidoscope Consulting Group at (310) 500-2222 and we can set up your custom email address.
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