There are many benefits to having your own email address, separate from a big company like Yahoo or AOL. Wait, you're not using your work email for personal use are you? The one big benefit of having your own address: it's yours. No one else can have that address as long as it's yours. And you can have as many addresses you want with ONE domain name. Your whole family can benefit, with individual address at your domain.
Example: you register your family name dragotta.net
You can now setup an email account for everyone in the family:
- pete @ dragotta.net
- mary @ draotta.net
- ted @ dragotta.net
- billy @ dragotta.net
- grandma @ dragotta.net
Having your own address means you aren't tied to your cable company or phone company. If you move to a new home, you don't have to change your charter.net email address to the new att.net address in the new location. Your email stays the same. It's YOURS.
Having a personal domain name also allows you, if and when you are ready, to have a website. Many people don't see the need in one, and that's fine. But, the option is there. Maybe you want to try out that blogging thing you hear about, 3 years after the fad is over.
In another few years, more likely sooner rather than later, a majority of people will have their own names as email addresses. This generation is big on texting, and blogging. The Internet is with us all the time. How many children have cell phones now? How many will have their own email addresses?
The opportunity is here, to get your name before it's gone. It's simple. If the name is available, you register it for your own use. You don't even have to use it. You can hold it until you are ready, or your kids are ready.
It's your name. Own it.
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