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
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.
An email signature is an important part of communication. Especially when you are an artist, for example a photographer, and you want as many people as possible to see your works. This simple element can make a lasting impression and lets you stand out from the crowd. And that’s not all – an email signature provides an easy way to promote yourself and encourage your recipients to see your work. At the same time, while composing your signature, it is easy to miss important information and lose valuable opportunities. This guide will help you make sure you design a perfect signature for a photographer.
For steps on how to create a perfect, general-purpose email signature, see the perfect email signature anatomy.
There has been an ongoing discussion on the matter. “Why should I add my email address to my signature?” is a recurrent question, whenever email signatures are discussed. Below, we state a few reasons why you should consider adding the email address to your email signatures.
Having an email address in email signatures might seem redundant. After all, when you send an email, your recipients would click the reply button, rather than look for the email address in the signature. However, there are some valid reasons to add that email address to your footers.
With a new year, we welcome new trends in email signature design. In 2018, to make appealing and professional signatures, we still look for simplicity and visual harmony. However, you will also get some concepts in signature design that become more and more popular like one-click surveys. Let’s then see some spicy examples of the best email signature design for 2018.
Simplicity is still the queen. It makes the signature look classic and professional. You should not make the signature overloaded with contact details. Or with graphical elements. These, in fact, can turn the signature into a real disaster if not used moderately. The simplicity would be especially appreciated in business correspondence. Let me present some examples of signatures that stick to the rule “the less, the better”.
This email signature is the best example of what really simply signature should look like. Only basic contact details, no images or photos. The perfect choice for those who appreciate minimalism.
Every element of a signature block plays an important role. Contact details, user’s photo, images, hyperlinks, social media icons or font need to go together to make the signature look professional. One of the basic elements that can significantly impact the signature’s readability and visual perception is an improper font. That is why, in this article, I will discuss the best fonts for email signatures.
Best fonts for email signatures
To choose the best font for email signatures, you need to look for one of the safe fonts. By “safe fonts”, I mean fonts that are available on most devices. No matter if this is PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad or Android – you can be pretty sure that the font you use in your signature is also installed on the recipients’ side. This will guarantee that the signature will look just the way you see it on your screen.
At first glance, email signatures may not seem that important, especially if you compare them with other things going on in your company. But if you delve deeper into this, you will find out that email signatures play a significant role when it comes to marketing, branding or maintaining a good relationship with your customers. What is more, disclaimers added to these email signatures may also prevent you from legal issues. Keep in mind that even the best-written email may not do its job if you are not confident enough about the company you are dealing with, so gaining a client’s trust should be a priority for each employee in your company. Certainly, a fine-looking email signature that contains useful information is a nice try to make a good impression. And if you combine a fine-looking signature with an attractive marketing banner, the results may surpass your expectations.