Is g-mail the best email to use nowadays?
May 2, 2012 10:42am CST
There are a lot of emails we can use nowadays. The few of those I know of are yahoo mail, MSN, and g-mail. I don't know other types of email, but I'm sure there are others besides these three. Anyway, can you mention others not mentioned here and tell us how those emails work? I think many people would say g-mail would be the best mail to use nowadays, would you agree or disagree and why?
7 May 12
Same here, DoctorDidi. Well, so far my gmail account hasn't been hacked yet...and hopefully not in the future, so I would continue to use gmail but with more caution this time. Anyway, I also use yahoo mail actively but I don't use my msn mail anymore.
3 May 12
Thanks for these feedback. If this is the case, then if I want the best security for my email...don't use Gmail. If I hate spams, don't use MSN. And if I expect a lot of mails from several friends, don't use Yahoo mail. These are good guidelines on which email are not to be used in a certain way. Can you recommend an email because it can do and perform well in one or more categories?
20 Aug 12
I have a gmail and yahoo mail. They are somehow useful but I do not use them often. I actually use a professional email from my host website since I have website. The good thing about it is that it brings a sense of authenticity and profeesionalism to my communication. I am not saying that yahoo and gmail are not professinal but when you use theml they appear very ordinary. Having a professional email gives me and edge.
20 Aug 12
I would agree that when it comes to having an online business and presenting them, there is no better way than having a professional email from one's host website. I know because I used to be a member of GDI which is a website hosting and you are allowed to have I think about 10 different email addresses. For example, you could name one of your address as the following, yourpaymentinformation.ws, inquiries.ws, marketingplan.ws and so we can see that our emails becomes more professional as we use the email name according to the function it gives for our sendee.