We know that as an entrepreneur, small business owner or any other professional, that you want to take advantage of every opportunity to brand yourself and let people know who you are and what you do. One of the most under utilized tools you have at your disposal is your email signature. We know that email signatures can be a pain in the you-know-what which is why we want to let you in on a little secret of where the best email signature templates are hiding.
Email Signature Templates
The best email signature templates we have found are through WiseStamp. WiseStamp is a browser add-on through Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer. Their email signature templates allow publishers (business professionals and brands) to share their content and engage their readers through email. Here are some examples of the types of email signature templates you can use.
Types of Information You Can Include In Your Signature
1. Contact Information
Name, company, title, phone, mobile, website, email address
2. Photo or Logo
3. 32 theme color options
4. 43+ social icon options
5. 27+ other options (available in $4/month subscription)
Blog or RSS feed, blog promoter, Facebook badge, Twitter badge, LinkedIn badge, Facebook status, Latest tweet, LinkedIn updates, random quotes, green footer, disclaimber, latest on my Etsy, latest on my eBay, webinar promoter, event promoter, sales promoter, Instagram photos, Pinterest badge, & more.
*NOTE: In the free WiseStamp account, you will have a promotional link back to WiseStamp at the bottom. This may or may not be a big deal for you. If it is, you can upgrade to the annual $4/month subscription or monthly $6/month subscription. This is a low cost to play if it means you will be getting leads through your email signature.
Examples of WiseStamp Email Signature Templates
How to Use These Email Signature Templates
You can start using these WiseStamp email signature templates in as little as three steps. It is so easy you can do it in your sleep. They will, however, only work with Gmail as far as I’m aware. Other email providers may have other solutions available.
2. Design Email Signature
After creating your account, you will be taken to a creative dashboard where you can work your email signature magic. Put in all details you wish. Select a theme color, and then browse the wide variety of email signature templates. Many are free, and some are paid. If you want the extra options such as a link to your blog or link to a webinar you are hosting, you will need to upgrade to a paid account.
3. Click “Save” and Install Browser Add On
Click “save” and if prompted, install the browser add on. You should comply with this request. Once installed, you will always see a little WiseStamp icon in the corner of your toolbar so you can update your signature any time you would like.
And that is it! We hope you enjoy your new source of email signature templates!
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