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How to Create a Custom Professional Email Address for Your Blog Domain

by Scott Chow | March 26, 2016

One of the benefits of having your own domain for your blog is that you can setup a custom email address with your domain name. So if your domain name is “PatsBlog.com” you can create an address like pat@patsblog.com or info@patsblog.com. This is a professional email address that is great for all bloggers, but especially those looking for a business email address to give to customers.

If you used the process I outline in Step 2 to setup your blog, you can create personalized email addresses for no additional charge. Here’s how to do it:

1. Go to the BlueHost homepage and click the “Login” tab on the top right.

2. Enter your details to login to your BlueHost cPanel.

  • Keep in mind that your password for your BlueHost account may be different than for your WordPress blog.
  • If you don’t remember your password you can always use the “forgot password” link on this page to reset it.

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3. Once you are logged-in click the “email” tab at the top of the page.

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3. Click the button to “create an email account”

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4. Enter the details for your new email account and click the create button.

  • The default webmail client is not important, but I typically choose Squirrelmail.
  • I usually choose “Unlimited mailbox size” to prevent my email box from ever getting full.

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5. Now that your account is created you can login to start using it.

  • The easiest way to do that is to go back to the BlueHost homepage. Just click the login tab at the top right, and then choose the “webmail login” option.

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If you are feeling more technically adventurous, you can also checkout the “forwarding” and “autoresponders” sections in the BlueHost email manager. These are very useful tools that I will go over in a future blog post.

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  1. youcef says: April 15, 2016

    thank you very helpful

  2. Milijana says: January 5, 2017

    I have just fallowed your instructions and made the email address for my blog. Thank you!

  3. Christie says: May 8, 2017

    This was super helpful!! I have Bluehost and this service but I didn’t know it was part of my package! Thanks for sharing this post.

  4. Dan Parks says: November 22, 2017

    I’ve got several custom email domain names, in case those having the particular first names are interested. They are: emailjim.com, emailheather.com, emailjamie.com, emailrobert.com, emailsteven.com, emailjillian.com, emailtaylor.com, emailmatthew.com, emailcaleb.com, and emailkyle.com. For instance you could have “me@emailjim.com” as a nice short email address if that matches your name. You can contact me using the WHOIS info for any of those domains.

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