Originally Posted by abenormal
Says the guy selling hosting....
Yep says the smart guy that owns a large website, photography and website design business.
I know you were just teasing, when you said that. But i want to make it clear Im here on these forums to help.
I know what im talking about. Not only is it unprofessional to give a comcast, qwest, microsoft live, or google email to your clients as a source of contact, but also you could be loosing leads by using those free services. If your client gets put on there black list, and they are trying to email you, you will never know. having your own email under your own domain, looks professional, and you control your email. Plus if your email gets banned, and its from a free email acount. good luck trying to get it unbanned. But under your own domain and own email, its just a simple call or form you fill out and your all set to go again.