How to make an email under the domain I use to promote a CB product?

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Hi guys,

A vendor of a CB product I promote via YT, said me that I can add an email address to my YT video to respond the possible questions...
I have a real domain which use it to redirect the hop link pf the product... Also I have a server....
Anyway i am not sure what is the best method to create an email address under that domain name (say info@thedomainname.com) to receive and send back the emails!
Can you guys please help me to see what should I do? I have no clue yet... But i am sure that there are other mates who do this... So please direct me how to do that?

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Jack Gordon
    You you host the domain anywhere, or just forward it?

    If you host it, you can create your email in cpanel (or whatever software your hosting company provides)

    If it is just forwarded from the registrar, you can probably get an email address from the registrar. Check your account, there is probably a place to do it right there when you log in.
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    • Profile picture of the author agmccall
      go to your host account and set up email there

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      • Profile picture of the author wizard12
        Originally Posted by agmccall View Post

        go to your host account and set up email there

        al
        Can I use an alternative then? do I need to use my server?

        Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author wizard12
      Originally Posted by Jack Gordon View Post

      You you host the domain anywhere, or just forward it?

      If you host it, you can create your email in cpanel (or whatever software your hosting company provides)

      If it is just forwarded from the registrar, you can probably get an email address from the registrar. Check your account, there is probably a place to do it right there when you log in.
      Well, i bought it from name.com,
      It seems that they do not do iframe for the aff links, so I used my server to do the iframe..

      I would like to do that from registrar if possible, But do the registrars provide such a property? Can I do both send and receive if I use the registrar...?

      Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Jack Gordon
    I imagine you can get an email for the domain directly from name.com

    Log in to your account there and look for the option to purchase email
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Donavan
      Found these instructions for setting up email forwarding using an email with your domain name in name.com.

      How to set up an email address for your domain name at name.com | Name.com Blog

      Hope it helps!

      Mike
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      • Profile picture of the author wizard12
        Originally Posted by Michael Donavan View Post

        Found these instructions for setting up email forwarding using an email with your domain name in name.com.

        How to set up an email address for your domain name at name.com | Name.com Blog

        Hope it helps!

        Mike
        Thank you so much...

        In the page they have mentioned:
        *Note that this is a forwarding service, and not a new email inbox. Replies will come from the email address you forwarded your email to, rather than the address you created with your domain.

        Which I guess means that if a reply an email then they reply will be send under my forwarded domain -the domain I give the name.com to do the redirection process-...
        If that's the case, then it is not exactly I am looking for... I want to do the send "and" receive by the forwarded email (ie the email which has the name of the domain I have purchased)
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        • Profile picture of the author Michael Donavan
          Originally Posted by wizard12 View Post

          Thank you so much...

          In the page they have mentioned:
          *Note that this is a forwarding service, and not a new email inbox. Replies will come from the email address you forwarded your email to, rather than the address you created with your domain.

          Which I guess means that if a reply an email then they reply will be send under my forwarded domain -the domain I give the name.com to do the redirection process-...
          If that's the case, then it is not exactly I am looking for... I want to do the send "and" receive by the forwarded email (ie the email which has the name of the domain I have purchased)
          Oops...

          Sorry, Wizard12, didn't see that.

          Wish I could've been more helpful to you.

          Good luck in your search. Hope you find what your're looking for!

          Mike
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          • Profile picture of the author wizard12
            Originally Posted by Michael Donavan View Post

            Oops...

            Sorry, Wizard12, didn't see that.

            Wish I could've been more helpful to you.

            Good luck in your search. Hope you find what your're looking for!

            Mike
            Thank you so much Michael...

            It's ok...

            But anyway there should be a good solution... A lot of people add an formal email to their sites which has the name of their websites included -say like: info@warriorforum.com-
            And receive and respond to the questions via that... So how do they try to do that?
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            • Profile picture of the author Michael Donavan
              Originally Posted by wizard12 View Post

              Thank you so much Michael...

              It's ok...

              But anyway there should be a good solution... A lot of people add an formal email to their sites which has the name of their websites included -say like: info@warriorforum.com-
              And receive and respond to the questions via that... So how do they try to do that?
              You're welcome, Wizard12.

              Mike
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  • Profile picture of the author Jack Gordon
    You could always forward to a gmail account, then use gmail to send from that address for you

    https://support.google.com/mail/answer/22370?hl=en

    Or, you could host the domain, then set up your email and just forward the page

    Or, you could ask name.com directly if they have a better option for you (actually, do this one first)
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    • Profile picture of the author wizard12
      Originally Posted by Jack Gordon View Post

      You could always forward to a gmail account, then use gmail to send from that address for you

      https://support.google.com/mail/answer/22370?hl=en

      Or, you could host the domain, then set up your email and just forward the page

      Or, you could ask name.com directly if they have a better option for you (actually, do this one first)
      Thank you.... Let me see if gmail send my emails under the domain I want or not...

      With hosting the domain do you know any tutorial please? sorry I am not sure what keywords I should use in this regard...

      I'll ask name.com...

      Thanks you so much
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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
    I think you're missing a trick here. Why not harness one of the powers of YouTube... That is,
    the community aspect? Build up a conversation with your viewers, they're much more likely
    to follow your recommendations if they get to know and like you. Over time, it'll build trust.

    Glenn
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Donavan
      Originally Posted by Glenn Leader View Post

      I think you're missing a trick here. Why not harness one of the powers of YouTube... That is,
      the community aspect? Build up a conversation with your viewers, they're much more likely
      to follow your recommendations if they get to know and like you. Over time, it'll build trust.

      Glenn
      I couldn't agree more. Never underestimate the power of relationship-building. Get your viewers to KNOW, LIKE and TRUST you and sky's the limit!

      Mike
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    • Profile picture of the author wizard12
      Originally Posted by Glenn Leader View Post

      I think you're missing a trick here. Why not harness one of the powers of YouTube... That is,
      the community aspect? Build up a conversation with your viewers, they're much more likely
      to follow your recommendations if they get to know and like you. Over time, it'll build trust.

      Glenn
      Sorry, I am not sure what you exactly want me to do? How should I do what you want me?
      If they put a comment in my Yt video, I answer it.... So what more you mean I should do? Sorry but I am not sure if I could completely understood you or not! I don't know what I should do to accomplish your suggestion...?
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  • Profile picture of the author allseowork
    Singup for an email package with your domain company or buy a web hosting account which allow you to setup email in your account. You can also use gmail ro yahoo for this, as they allow domain name email in premium solutions
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