Are short email signatures, sometimes called email signature lines, a good choice if you care about branding in your everyday email communication? In this article, I’ll try to explain why, how and when it’s better to use a compact email signature layout instead of a sophisticated, complex signature template.Continue reading
Is there really anything special about email signatures for lawyers or attorneys? Actually, there is. Email signatures are like your digital business cards, only they tend to last longer than their paper equivalents. Lawyers send a considerable number of emails all the time and if their signature isn’t perfect, their reputation is at stake. If you want to learn how to design a good email signature for an attorney or see a sample lawyer’s email disclaimer, read on.Continue reading
Adding rounded corners to images is a good way to make them stand out. Round pictures and avatars are gaining popularity in UI design but are not so common when it comes to the sender’s photo added to email signatures. This article presents how to add rounded corners to any image in an HTML email and when it might be better to avoid them.Continue reading
Are you looking for an easy way to design an email signature without having to edit any HTML code directly? No matter if you want to create your own, personal email signature, or design a corporate email signature for your company or clients, this article will show you how to create a professional email signature online – quickly, easily, and for free!Continue reading
Dedicated Halloween email signatures – who would do that, right? That’s the first thing that comes to mind for most people. The thing is, those Halloween-themed signatures work so well in email marketing that it’s scary. If you want to boost your sales and make the most of the Halloween season, read on for scary email signature inspirations and ideas.Continue reading
SPAM or junk mail is the archenemy of most email users. As if it wasn’t bad enough to have your mailbox overflowing with unwanted communication, junk emails are often teeming with malware & more or less successful attempts at phishing. To guard us, humble email users, against all those threats, a multitude of solutions have been developed to send those nasty emails to a Junk folder or quarantine – where they belong. What a relief! That is, until you see YOUR email in a spam folder…
The problem is that no single anti-SPAM solution is perfect. It might turn out that your emails are going to the recipient’s junk folder, for example, right after you started adding a brand new email signature. Let’s explain why this might happen and what to do to prevent this.Continue reading
While most people consider vCards as obsolete (or have no idea what they are) others use it on a daily basis in their email communication. So what exactly are those vCards? Why use QR-coded vCards in email signatures? And how to do that? Read on to find out.Continue reading
For some people, animated gifs are the essence of the Internet – before them, there was nothing of interest. Gifs have opened our eyes to the magic of ultra-cute, animated kittens, memes and epic fails, to mention a few. But apart from those highly popular and reusable gifs, there is another type of gifs – simple animations which in the business world could be deemed as professional.
How about pasting them into email signatures then? Thanks to our atavistic predator instinct, nothing grabs our attention as much as a moving objects next to a static background (that is, regular email content). Animated gifs seem like they are crafted for this purpose exactly. Be careful though, as the line between “attention-grabbing” and “extremely annoying” is finer than you might think.Continue reading
Are you using Microsoft Teams? Advertised as “the hub for teamwork in Office 365”, in most cases it allows employees to communicate and collaborate with high efficiency. And there is more than one way to direct your co-workers to this channel, to make communication even more seamless. The secret is to use deep links.
Deep links can make both your email signatures and Teams even more useful. You don’t know what deep links are? I’ll be happy to explain.Continue reading
Emoji have successfully invaded our communication. You are more likely to see conversations composed of emoji only than with no emoji at all. Social media are so overflowing with different variants of smiley faces and other small images that posts without them seem weird. It’s only natural that this lovely virus has spread to email communication, as well. This includes email signatures in particular. Read on if you want to learn how to add emoji to email signatures.
But first, let’s see how emoji fit into professional communication.