Are you ready to put an end to all your email issues?
Last month, I blogged about many issues Shared Hosting users face when it comes to Email, and solutions we use here at NameHero.
I’m proud to announce, we’re not integrated with G Suite (formally Google Apps), where you can sign-up and manage all your emails with ease.
My Transition To Gmail
Back in 2008 I was frustrated with the large amounts of Spam I was receiving. I had registered a domain (grayinternet.com) for my personal email back in 2004, giving Spammers just enough time to sell and harvest it for all their annoying campaigns.
Previously, I had used a cPanel server to handle my emails, but the Spam filtering as no match to the volume of mail I was receiving.
To rectify the problem, I switched to what was then called Google Apps. At that time, it was 100% free (for unlimited users), and it was very easy to setup.
This not only fixed my problems, it made it extremely easy to access my email from anywhere. I could use any email client of my choice, my iPhone was very simple to setup, and I could always login at Gmail.com if I found myself away from my devices.
I was so pleased with it, I’ve moved all of my companies over to it, and it’s always nice when we make a server change, we don’t have to worry about losing email!
Integrating With Name Hero
If you’ve ever had issues with Spam, getting your emails sent, and/or setting up your email on all of your devices you should definitely consider G Suite!
Unfortunately it’s no longer free, but for the low cost of $5/per month, per user, it’s worth it! That’s seriously $0.16 a day for seamless working email!
I filmed a brief video tutorial explaining how to set this up on your account:
Since I was using a test account, I couldn’t show the G Suite admin area, but it’s super easy to navigate. From there, you can also setup a CNAME on your domain, so you can access from a private sub-domain such as http://gmail.yourdomain.com. Google also offers 24/7 support for G Suite customers.
More Than Just Email
Email was the main selling point for me, until I started running my advertising agency back in 2012.
Back then, I started to use Google Drive (formally Google Docs) to keep track of daily tasks and employee hours.
I personally found it very beneficial that I was able to create a document on my computer and then share it with my team where everyone could view and edit at the same time.
Now, I also take full advantage of that and the Google Calendar as it easily syncs across my devices and reminds me of important daily tasks.
In my opinion, if your business relies on email for day-to-day tasks, it’s a no brainer to integrate with G Suite. It’s so much easier and less stressful to not worry about emails bouncing, filtering Spam, and having “backups” when it can all be handled by Google for $5/month.
Click Here To Signup (requires NameHero to be registrar for your domain)
Feel free to ask any questions in the comment section below!
Ryan Gray is the founder and CEO of NameHero, one of the fastest growing independent web hosts in the United States. Ryan has been working online since 1998 and has over two-decades experience in Internet Entrepreneurship.