Personal Domain Names
A personal domain is a web address that you own and can point to any of your existing pages or social pages / profiles, such as Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Tumbler, YouTube, etc. Quite often, friends ask you whether you have a Facebook page or profile. Generally they are not always able to to find you easily, until you send them a request. Now, with a personal domain name, you can quickly tell them how to find you.
If you are a new entrepreneur, you may also use your personal domain name to point to your Social Media Pages to use them as your website while you are still working on your website. Once you have your website, you can link them to your website.
You can also point your personal domain name to your personal blogs, professional profiles or resumes to be shared for employment or business purposes.
Use your personal domain to set up a business professional email account. Your business email matches your domain name with your email to give you a professional image. It is reliable, secure and accessible from any device. Because of our built-in security, your business email address will make those you communicate with to trust sharing sensitive information with you.
You also have access to live expert help 24/7/365. You can use your domain name both with your email and websites.
You retain full control and flexibility in how you use and manage your domain name. For instance, you decide what website or profile you point it to. You cannot point the same domain to more than one website at the same time. And you cannot set up more than one email account with the same domain name.
Your email address comes also with a large storage capacity. Our Support Team can also help you with backing up your messages, as well as scaling your email capacity as your business needs increase.
Remember, you have access to expert help from our Award Winning Support Team 24/7/365.
Benefits of having an online strategy for businesses, organizations, churches and individuals
The value of having a clear strategy and a plan for participating in the social media infrastructure can not be overstated. While the word "social" may have turned some people off, people are by definition social beings. So, whereas people used to build relationships in traditional "social" environments, such as school, workplace, Church, or neighborhood, today, the internet has opened up opportunities for connecting with people around the world that were unthinkable just 20 years ago.
Many things that are now become normal today were not so just a decade ago. So, the question that those who are innovators ask themselves is, "What will this look like in the next five or ten years? What will this look like in the next 30 years? What kind of world will our children live in? How can we prepare them to be effective and productive? And like in everything else, it is vital to have both a strategy and a plan for moving your vision online.
Once you have answered these questions, you will quickly realize the importance of investing into this technology. If you are thinking of eventually starting a business, chances are you do have some idea of what you want to do. You may start with setting up a blog and begin to share some ideas, or maybe share some tips, etc. The goal is for you to make yourself known. Let people identify and recognize you as a leader in the field.
The purpose of a Church is to make a person known and increase the fame of this One Person: Jesus-Christ. The purpose of Ministry is not only to add more people into your four walls.
Get a domain name for yourself and your children. People are registering domain names and waiting to sell them at a premium in the future. Invest in your children's identities today for their future.