Please visit Domainr.com to check domain name availability. We will introduce you to your ideal registrar upon request.
We will guide you through the process of registering a domain name, setting up email accounts, and building a website.
Tip: Choose a domain name registrar wisely, as registration and renewal prices can vary greatly, as do additional services.
Look for free Whois privacy, DNS management, Anycast DNS, URL & email forwarding, and mailboxes, among other things.
Buy/register a [.ie, .uk, .me, or .com] domain name that's appropriate for your brand/business/project, and put it to work.
Present yourself professionally to [business] customers and clients. Create a personalised [professional] email address: e.g., name @ your surname .ie, .uk, .me; [or] personal name @ your company or business name .ie, .uk, .com
You can access your email via secure webmail [or Gmail, Apple Mail, Windows Mail, Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird; other email clients and software]. Configure your mail on a PC, tablet, and smartphone.
Please visit Netim.com to buy a domain name (e.g., .ie or .uk) with included services (email account and secure webmail).
We will walk you through the process of creating professional email addresses and managing mail via your Gmail account.
Do you know what is more professional than Gmail? A Gmail mailbox without the "@gmail.com" address. When you are in business, first impressions are everything. A custom domain email address gives you extra credibility and trustworthiness that a Gmail address fails to deliver. Using a Gmail address for business email can make a person look amateurish. Express yourself! Get a professional email address. Promote your business, not Google, in all email correspondence. You also have the option to manage your emails via your existing Gmail account and link your domain name to your social media profiles (e.g., LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram). Display your email address on business cards and vehicle signage.
Using a Gmail address for business communications reflects negatively on a person. It suggests that they lack the business sense to invest €10-€50 p.a. in their business brand. It implies that their business is unregistered or unestablished. It infers that they are unconcerned about data protection and do not respect the privacy of their customers' email correspondence.
A few European municipalities have restricted the use of Gmail [and Google Workspace] by schools due to privacy concerns.