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Its ain't a new thing when a blogger think of changing his/her domain name even after having been using the domain name for a long time. Although some bloggers and webmasters have manage to stuck to their domain name for years without thinking of changing it, or maybe they thought of changing it but just decides to dump the idea of doing so.

  I guess by now, you might wonder that why would a blogger ever thought of changing his/her domain name? Well, am going to list the reasons below on this post and additionally, why you should also do so too.

  Incase you're not familiar with what it is, a DOMAIN NAME is simply the URL that a site can be accessed with, taking for instance, this site you are currently viewing can be accessed with its DOMAIN NAME via Having now knew about what a domain name is, lets discuss about the reason as to why you might want to change your domain name.

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How To Send An EMAIL to Multiple Recipents

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Everyday emails are being sent and received throughout the world for online communication both official and non-official.
Emails are VERY important and if you are the type that find it irrelevant by now, its of no doubt that sooner or later, you will by all means aspire to create one when the need rise. Incase you're ready to create an email, i recommend going for a Google Mail known as Gmail.
Here's A Post On Gmail Features and How To Create One
Now if you're about to Send An Email to Multiple Recipients, am going to show you an easier and simpler method which saves you the stress of having to send an email to a single recipent and repeating the same email to another. Below is how to do it

How To Send An Email To Multiple Recipents Using Gmail

  • Goto www.Gmail.Com
  • Click On Compose Mail
  • Enter Your "Message" in the body Form and the "Headline of Your Message" in the Subject Box
  • In the To: box, enter the recpient's email whilst in the Cc box; type the other "recipients' email" consecutively with the symbol comma and then space seperating them.
    example - [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
    Do NOTE the space after each recipient email.
  • After that, Hit the Send button and There You Go!
Meanwhile by using this method, your message will be delivered to all the recipients you sent it to but will likewise also show their address at the Top of the mail.
This brings the question by some certain people that "Is it possible to send Emails to multiple users without them knowing?
Read Also: 3 Great Tips On How To Avoid Unwanted Messages In Your Inbox
After experimenting with my Gmail about the phenomenon, by sending email to multiple user (am the owner of both the sender and receivers' mail though), i discovered it was impossible. That is; The Recipients' Mail Will Be Shown.
To cut the story short; You CANNOT Send An Email To Multiple Users (Without Them Knowing).
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  1. Thanks for the post. I thought you will say is possible. I would have give you ten salute.

  2. Am glad you appreciate this post. Its not possible but you can still give me 5 salute out of the 10 now;)


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