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  • DomainKeys helps identify phishing and other scams.
Easy-to-use and powerful mail interface
Easy-to-use and powerful mail interface
  • Read your messages quickly with our new reading pane.
  • Multitask by using tabs to switch between different messages.
  • Organize your emails by dragging and dropping them into your folders.
  • Find old emails with our enhanced search, which scans content, subject lines, and attachments.
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  • Build a professional image for your company with customized email addresses like lisa@papayadayspa.com.
  • Choose 1 email address (Custom Mailbox) or 10 (Business Mail) to fit your needs.
  • Get the flexibility to access email via the Web or a POP client like Microsoft Outlook.
  • Unlimited email storage.
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  • Get a bonus starter web page so you can put one page of information about your business online.
  • Your email inbox is ad-free.
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    About two-thirds of nearly 1,000 business owners surveyed recently by Pepperdine University’s Private Capital Markets Project expect to transfer their ownership in the next 10 years. But will those owners be able to sell the fruits of their years of labor for an acceptable amount? Maybe, maybe not. The large majority of companies in the.... View more »

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    How To Write Email Subject Lines Every Customer Wants to Open

    With dozens of emails hitting your inbox at 9am, how do you pick which ones to open? A more important question is how your clients and customers — the people whose attention will make or break your business — choose which emails to open. If you want to increase your open rates and deepen your.... View more »

  • 3 Things you can do to save the drama

    Popular expressions, proverbs or sayings said in Spanish are known as dichos. A popular dicho is “guardar el drama para su mama”. Translated that means “save the drama for your mama.” For personal brands, that drama can be a reputation breaker – so save it for something or somewhere you’re not involved with coworkers, employers.... View more »

    Eau, Yes

    The man who brought Perrier to America on how to keep the fizz in your business. Bruce Nevins is a serial entrepreneur across multiple industries, including beverages, lighting, and athletic apparel. A graduate of West Point and the Stanford Graduate School of Business, he launched Perrier in North America in the 1970s and expanded into.... View more »

  • Legal Burden of Cybercrime Falls on Businesses, not Banks

    There’s no turning back. We live in a digital world and for better or worse, businesses are married to the triumphs and pitfalls awarded by technology and the cybersphere. Unfortunately, those pitfalls are getting deeper and more dangerous as data hackers sharpen their skills and prey on small businesses. While big-box retailers are taking the.... View more »

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    Influenced by the spectacular success of companies like Facebook, there has been a recent trend to imply that youth is the secret to success for startups, especially in the tech sector. View more »

  • Bad teenagers make good entrepreneurs, study says

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    “The Happiness Business”

    The founder of Stella & Dot discusses leadership, emotional intelligence, and an "angel in a cowboy hat." Jessica Herrin is the founder and chief executive of Stella & Dot, a jewelry maker that sells its wares online and through over 10,000 independent, in-home sales reps dubbed "stylists." Herrin founded the company in 2003, offering both.... View more »