Welcome to the GoWeb1 DIY guide on creating business class email. We hope this page will be a helpful resource to you as you look to develop a professional email system for your company.
What is a Business Class Email?
A business class email is an email system designed specifically for professional communications. Instead of emailing clients from a personal account (firstname.lastname@example.org), a business class email allows you to contact clients in a more formal way while marketing your company name (support@CompanyName.com). With business class email, you can easily set up a professional email account for everyone in your business. Each time you or an employee sends an email, recipients will automatically know which company you represent thanks to your customized email address.
Why Go ‘Business Class’
- Build Your Brand. If your business does not have its own email, you are losing out on a chance to market your brand. Put your company name in front of customers, prospects, suppliers, vendors and partners with every email you send.
- Increase Professionalism. What email address do you want people to see on the contact page of your website or on an advertisement? One that is relevant to your business or one that is a personal account? Having an email system tailored to your company will show visitors that you mean business. For small businesses and start-up companies, this can lend credibility to and increase confidence in your business.
- Keep Work at Work. Ever have trouble separating your home and work life? Let your emails be separate so what’s personal stays personal and what’s business stays business.
- Stop SPAM. Thanks to our industry-leading, anti-virus SPAM filters coupled with our 24/7 security support, you will only receive the emails you want and need.
Get a Plan That’s Right for You! Start using your own domain name in your email addresses with one of our Business Class Emailing Plans. Our email plans includes a web-based interface and are easy to set up with mail clients such as Outlook and Mac Mail. Learn more here.