Do you have a business email that reads something like capableofvictory@gmail.com?  In this post, I’m going to teach you how to change that to juliet@capableofvictory.com.  I don’t know about you, but I like that second email address a lot better.

If you already have a website, then there really is no excuse to have the @gmail.com email address.  Well I’ll accept, “I don’t know how” excuse, that’s what I’m here to help you with. This training is on the assumption that you have a website or a blog setup so you have a domain name or hosting plan.

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In this first video, I show you the easiest and fastest way.  It does get progressively more involved, as you get to the 3rd video, but don’t worry, I’m going to digitally hold you hand the entire way.

Watch all 3 videos and then choose which one works best for your business and personality, then come back and do the work with me.

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Since you already have the @gmail.com account, I am actually going to encourage you to keep it.  We will use that to access all the great google apps for your business, and we will need it to pull your business email through for the second video.

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Your gmail account

You are almost there.  This method is my favourite, not because I know my way around cpanel, but because one I set it up, I just use my mobile app to access my email, but I am not distracted by personal emails.

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