If you are like most businesses, you make use of a wide range of Google's services.
They might include;
To access these services, you must have a Google Account. When many sign up for these services, they are asked to log in, and they end up using a personal Gmail address instead.
Bob might have a corporate email like email@example.com, but he's accessing all of his Google services through his personal Gmail... firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's confusing. It mixes your work emails into your personal email accounts. All of your notification emails are going to the wrong place. It's a mess.
And there's a better way.
Even if your business is not using Google's own email services, you can setup a Google account using your business email. You'll be able to access all of those services directly, and to keep all your work communications separate from your personal digital life.
Here's how to do it;
That's it! From now on, you can use your business email address to log in to Google services.
If you've already created a lot of Google services using your personal @gmail address, you can usually add your new account as an additional Editor or Owner, to transfer them all over.
If you get stuck doing this, we're here to help!