How To Create Your
Personal or Business Email Address
By far, the single, most important step in creating your unique, custom personal or business email address is to buy / register a domain name. So just what is a domain name?
A domain name is what forms the "@YourDomainName" part of your email address. And since every domain name must be unique, that makes your email address unique also.
It also has other functions such as being used for the internet web address (url) of a website or blog address (www.YourDomainName).
Here are a few examples of domain names used in email address:
google.com - an example of an email address might be support@Google.com
cameron-diaz.com - an example of an email address might be Cameron@Cameron-Diaz.com
ez-domainnameregistration.com - an example of an email address is info@Ez-DomainNameRegistration.com
ebay.com - an example of an email address might be firstname.lastname@example.org
thesmithfamily.com - an example of an email address might be JohnSmith@TheSmithFamily.com
Information on Creating a Domain Name for Your Unique, Custom Professional Business or Personal Email Address
- You can register domain names that are a word, a name, a phrase... virtually any combination of alpha and/or numerial characters. Even a combination that doesn't read as a word, name or phrase.
- Your domain name can be as short as 3 characters or as long as 63 characters - plus the ending extension like: .com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, .us, .ws
- Your domain name can not include any spaces and must only use letters, numbers and hyphens ( dashes "-" ) like your-25-cent-store.com
- Your domain name cannot begin or end with a hyphen (dash)
- Domain names are not case sensitive, so there is no reason to use capital letters when registering them. If in the registration process you see the domain name given in all capital letters, that is OK. The actual registration is made in all lower case letters. However, when you tell people your domain name, it's OK to use capital letters to make it easier to read-- for example: you can use TheSmithFamily.com instead of thesmithfamily.com.
- Your domain name must be unique. There can't be more than one email address or website with the same domain name. We provide you a search tool to find out if a domain name is available.
- If the name you want is already in use, you may want to check for variations. For example, if you wanted "www.myname.com", variations of the spelling or word order may help you choose a new domain name. Or try adding hyphens (dashes "-") between words (my-domain-name.com).
Check the availability of "MyDomainName.com" or "My-Domain-Name.com" or "MyDomainNameOnline.com" or "ShopMyDomainName.com". And don't forget to check the name with the other extensions like: "MyDomainName.NET", "MyDomainName.ORG, MyDomainName.INFO", "MyDomainName.EXPERT", "MyDomainName.US or "MyDomainName.STORE". There are literally over 1,000 extensions available.
- Here are some examples to help you create the domain name for your custom, unique personal or business email address:
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Here's the basics on everything you'd like to know about a custom email address.
Here are the advantages of a custom personal or business email address.
This FAQ page will tell you all about your professional business or personal email address.
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To see if the domain name you want to use for your personal or professional business email address is available, enter it in the Domain Registration search text form below.
For example: YourDesiredName.com, or .net, or .org, or .online, etc.
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