Hey guys. I don't know if this method have been shared in the past but it helped me a lot to create accounts on IFTT.com for example. Pretty simple : #1 - Register a domain name (you can even use the 99cts coupons at godaddy). #2 - Create a main email address (email@example.com). #3 - Create a "catch-them-all" address if your provider let you do it. It means that firstname.lastname@example.org will redirect towards your main email address. At this point, you have unlimited emails directly in your possession. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org are valid and will redirect to your main email. #3bis - if you can't do #3, create an alias or as many as you want (they are basically an email@example.com that redirect to your main email address). Tip: You can configure firstname.lastname@example.org directly in your gmail account so you don't have to deal with shitty interface Tip2: Try to get a domain like mycompanyemail.com to make it more legit. Don't know if it might help, but sounds better to me. Note : This won't work with every website. Some site requires @gmail.com or mainstream email provider to create account. Note 2: You might have to rinse and repeat if you get your domain blacklisted. Trolls please abstain, I'm pretty sure it could help some of us.