Setting Up Emails On Your Own Domain & Activating Them In Outlook Express

Recorded Internet Marketing Training Sessions

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Recorded Internet Marketing Training Sessions


Steve

Internet Marketing Training
Recorded Live In The Online Techniques
Online Conference Room

NOTE: These are “desktop” videos recorded during our live sessions. For best viewing, make it “Full Screen”.

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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Two of the most important aspects of Internet Marketing Training, are branding yourself and keeping yourself organized. Both of those issues are addressed in this video.

This lesson is entitled “Setting Up Email Addresses On Your Own Domain … And Activating Them In Your Outlook Express Program”. People have asked for this information and so we’ve provided it here. Having your email address located at your own domain rather than a Yahoo, Gmail, Aol type is very powerful branding, and using a stand-alone mail client like Outlook Express, Eudora, or Incredimail save tons of time and will keep your entire email life much more organized.

I do want to make a comment about the quality of the video here. This was an initial attampt to use the GVO recorder, and I’m not happy with the results. The quality is not that good and the web cam area is very “stop and go” resulting in a distracting irritation when you’re watching it. These problems are not the fault of the recorder, they’re mine, and I realize some things I should have done different when using it.

That said, the information is here … and I will replace this video with another on the same subject matter when that’s convenient. Until then, here’s the recording of our March 3rd session. We’re not including the PowerPoint slides here since there’s really nothing on them … all the information is done in Desktop Sharing, so the video is what you need.

Enjoy!

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