Business Email Address

Get up to ten business email addresses that end in your chosen domain name. Try out your email addresses free for 90 days and keep them for $9 per month.

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What is a Business Email Address?

A business email address is an email address that ends in your business’s domain name (think [email protected]). Using a business email address for communications does the important work of building your brand, establishing a professional image, and building trust with potential clients and customers.

Why Does My Business Need a Business Email Address?

Getting a branded email address (or several) for your business is essential for a number of reasons. A business email address does the important work of promoting your brand while building a credible, trustworthy image.

Using a business email address will help you:

  • Organize communications. The last thing you want to do is lose an important email in your personal inbox. Using a business email address will help you keep professional and personal communication separate. This is key for maintaining organized records and a healthy work/life balance.
  • Build trust. When you send an email to a potential customer from a professional email address, the recipient is more likely to see your business as a credible entity (and more likely to trust you with their business).
  • Call attention to your brand. When someone gets an email from your business address, they’re seeing your business name in the email address (rather than your email provider’s business name). This helps reinforce your brand in the minds of your clients and customers.
  • Send people to your website. Sending an email from a professional email address is another avenue for marketing–it points the recipient to your website, as it’s right there in the business email address.

Benefits of Business Email with Registered Agents Inc

Your registered agent should do more than receive legal notifications on behalf of your business. Your registered agent should give you tools to start your business. And that means setting up ways for you to communicate with the public that both protect your privacy and help you start turning a profit.

Start with a free 90-day trial and pay just $9/month after that. No contract required.

Get separate email addresses for your employees or for different business functions (like sales, accounts, help, customer service, or whatever else you need).

Get a free domain name for your business email address free for a year, with affordable options to renew after that.

If you’re having trouble, give us a call. We have locally staffed offices with real people—not AI chatbots—who will pick up the phone to troubleshoot.

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How Business Email Service Works

  1. Decide where to start. Sign up for either registered agent or business formation service. From there, you can add on a 90-day free trial of business email service to see if you like it. If you decide to keep it, it’s $9/month.
  2. Add Business Presence. When you hire us, our Business Presence suite is included. This includes a secure website, domain name, phone number, and email addresses. But if you only want business email, deselect the other services.
  3. Choose a local business number. Once you sign up, you can select your area code from any state and choose your business number.
  4. Customize your service. You’ll get access to our app, where you can customize things like your voicemail greeting, call forwarding, and contact list.
  5. Start making some calls! Your new line is ready to go.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an email domain?

Your email domain is the part of your email address that comes after the “@” symbol. It’s usually the same domain name as your website.

Do I need a domain name to get a business email address?

Yes. That’s why we’ll throw in a domain name for you to use for your business email address free for a year.

Can I use a personal email address for business?

It’s not recommended. Sending business emails from a personal business address may strike people as unprofessional and sometimes even suspicious. Plus, it can be difficult to keep business communications organized if they’re living in your personal inbox. We recommend setting up a professional email address that will reinforce your brand with users.