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3 Simple Steps on how to Get Unlimited E-Mail Accounts for Pennies a Day
As an Online Home Based busy owner you will reach a point where all those free E-Mail Accounts just don't work anymore. It is possible to get Unlimited E-Mail Accounts for Pennies a Day just follow these 3 Simple Tips
1. Register a Domain Name
You can use any Registrar you like For a list of accredited Registrars you may want to visit Internic http://www.internic.net/regist.html. Godaddy has a Reputation of being a low Cost high Quality Registrar
2. Find A Web Host
You need to be very careful about which Web Host you pick. It is possible to get a Reliable Web host for about $5 a year. Go to http://www.findmyhosting.com/ and do a search on Web Hosts for under $5 a Month with unlimited E-Mail Accounts and you will be shocked How Many Hosts for $5 a Year or Less you can Find. Be sure and read the user Ratings as well as the Downtime Reports for the Web Hosts. You want one with favorable user comments and very little downtime.
A Note about low Cost Web Host's. Do not use a Low Cost Web Host to set up a Massive Web Site. They just won't give you enough Bandwidth or Disk Space. Only use a Low Cost host for small Web sites and/or E-Mail Accounts.
3. Setup E-mail Accounts
Once you have your Host you can Set-up Your E-Mail Accounts. Most Web Host's allow you to set up at 4 Different Types of E-Mail accounts.
In Step 1 You registered a Domain for $10 a Year Tops. In Step 2 You Found a Web Host for $5 a Year So for a Grand Total of $15 a Year less the 5 Cents a Day you now have Unlimited E-Mail Accounts.
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