The first part of this article discusses the basics of setting up a professional email account, how to pay bills, and how to build your podcast business.
The second part of the article explains how to create a secure e-mail account, encrypt the messages, and pay bills.
Here’s what to know before you start.
How do I create a professional e-Mail account?
Create a secure, private, and untraceable e-address that is unique to you.
For example, if you have a business email address, it’s easy to find your e-mails with a single click.
Use the address in your business’s email.
For more information, see How do I Create a Professional e-Address?
When creating your email account with Microsoft Outlook, you can add your personal or business email addresses as well.
If you don’t already have an e-forward setting, you’ll need to do this.
The default settings for Outlook on Windows XP are:When you use Microsoft Outlook on Macs, there are two options:1.
Select a default Outlook address and then use it as your primary email address.2.
Add your business or personal email address to your email.
If your business has multiple email addresses, use the email addresses in the order you want them.
For more information about e-Forwarding, see:Why do I need to use an e.mail address?
Your email address is a unique identifier.
You can’t just copy and paste it into Microsoft Outlook and send it out as an email.
So, if it’s an eMail address, you need to make sure it’s secure.
You should also make sure that your eMail account is only accessible to people who have an Outlook account and who have access to your Microsoft account.
For example, the email address “[email protected]” doesn’t work for all businesses.
If this is the case, you might need to set an exception to allow all your employees to use it.
You should also ensure that your email address isn’t shared with anyone else.
The best way to protect your email is to encrypt it.
If anyone tries to send or receive your eMails, they’ll have to create an account for themselves, sign up with Microsoft, and enter your password.
This way, your email messages are safe.
How much do I pay for a professional podcast business?
Your business can set the cost of your business as part of your podcast.
The most common pricing models are:1) 1-time, monthly, or yearly payments (like a $50 recurring fee or a monthly recurring subscription).2) 1/month (a $25 monthly subscription or a $15 monthly recurring payment).3) 1% of revenue for a $1,000-plus monthly business (like $1.5,000 per month).
The pricing you pay depends on what you sell and how much you earn from each episode.
If the price you charge for each episode is a percentage of sales, for example, a one-off episode costs $1 per episode.
A podcast business can pay for episodes at any time and is a free subscription.
But if your business doesn’t have a paid subscription, it can pay only for the first 30 days.
You must offer a recurring fee for each month.
Here are some additional considerations to keep in mind:If you’re offering a subscription plan, you should include a description of the plans you’re using, so people can easily compare and find the best plan for them.
If someone is interested in a particular plan, they can use that plan to compare other options.
For a more detailed explanation of pricing, see What are the pros and cons of podcast business plans?
How do you get started setting up your podcast?
Here are a few resources to help you get going:1.)
Creating your podcast in Microsoft Outlook.
This can be a good place to start.
The Microsoft Outlook plugin is a tool that lets you add a podcast and then export it to your podcasting software.
You’ll want to have it set up on a PC or Mac, since it requires Microsoft Outlook installed.
To set up your ePub and EPUB files, follow the instructions in the Microsoft Office 365 eBook for EPUBs.
You may also want to check out these tips for setting up and managing podcast content.
You can also set up podcast content on an online audio platform, such as Apple Podcasts, which allows you to import your podcasts into Apple’s app store.
This will give you the ability to add content from your podcast to other Apple products, including Apple TV.
To learn more about setting up podcasts on the web, see the Microsoft eBook for Podcasts.
You also can create podcasts on your Mac or Windows computer.
If they’re available, you may want to read our guide to podcasting on Mac.2.)
Setting up your