How To Create A Great Email Signature

by on September 18, 2010

 

Make sending emails easier and more profitable by creating a great email signature using WiseStamp! WiseStamp is an email application that enables users to transform their emails into a powerful self expression and promotional tool. And it is easy to setup your signature and use it in all of the major web-based email services such as Gmail and Yahoo!

WiseStamp enables you to easily customize your email signatures with your personal social profiles and allows you to add to each outgoing email dynamic content such as your latest eBay item, recent blog post, your latest tweet or a cause to promote. The recipients of your email will see the updated content of the Email App and will be able to also interact with it directly from the email (e.g. retweet or follow in the Twitter App or buy in the eBay App).

WiseStamp Facts

  • WiseStamp reached over 1 million installs on August, 2010.
  • WiseStamp is in the Firefox top 50 popular add-ons list & is an official Mozilla recommended add-on.
  • WiseStamp won a Mashable Open Web Award in the category of best Social Media Gadget 2009.
  • WiseStamp integrates with all major Webmail services: Gmail, Yahoo!, Hotmail, AOL.
  • WiseStamp currently supports Firefox, Chrome, Thunderbird, Flock and Safari.

WiseStamp Features List

  • Customize your Email signature
    Design style, Font, Size, Color, images etc…
  • Add updating dynamic content to any email you send
    Automatically Share your latest blog posts, Tweet , Facebook status or Ebay item and more…
  • Easily include your social services& Profiles
    Facebook, Twitter, del.icio.us, IM Services, LinkedIn, and many more..
  • Use multiple signatures
    Create business & personal signatures to insert in your emails.

And more…

  • Easy setup and configuration interface
  • Automatically insert your signature to your webmail services
  • Use multiple email signatures (Business and Personal)
  • Add your personal feeds (rss) Get signature feed ideas new
  • Add your logo or image to your signature
  • Easily link to all of your Social profiles & Services + Icons
  • Works with Gmail, Google App’s, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail, AOL and more…
  • Option to treat each signature as HTML

Click here to view the WiseStamp Tutorial Video

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How To Use WiseStamp

To use WiseStamp, first click here to download the extension to your browser.

Once you have downloaded it, the WiseStamp option will be available in your browser’s “Tools” menu. Just click on the WiseStamp option and a new window will open up with the WiseStamp Rich Editor available for you to create your signature.

Next, click here to review the different signature templates.  When you find the one you’d like to use, click on the link below the template titled “Get this Email Signature Template” to access the template.

How To Use A Signature Template:

  1. Select & copy (Ctrl+C) the signature sample displayed.
  2. Paste (Ctrl+V) the template signature into your WiseStamp Rich Editor area.
  3. Customize and redesign the template with your information to make it your own.

To customize your signature, change the templates name, phone number and email to your own. Change the photo or logo to your own if you have chosen a template with an image.

You can add additional text into your signature box if you choose. There are some quotes formatted for you at WiseStamp quotes that you can use, but any text or links you want to add will work.

Next, look under the editor box and click on the tabs titled “Social” and “IM” and add in whatever information you want to have appear in your signature. Click the “Add New Profile” option if you don’t see the social network or instant message service you would like to display. Click the APPLY button to save each of your entries.

Then, if you want to add your blog’s RSS feed to your signature, click on the tab titled “RSS” and enter your blog’s RSS feed and the title for it that you want displayed. Click the APPLY button to save your entries.

Now, click on the “Settings” option at the top of the WiseStamp editor.  Check the boxes that say ” Automatically insert signature into new message” and “Automatically insert signature on reply/forward” so that your signature will be used in all of your emails.

Finally, click the PREVIEW button to check out your signature and then click the OK button when you are happy with what you have created!

Success! Your have created your great email signature! Your signature will show up automatically whenever you compose a new email or choose to reply to or forward an email.

There are many additional features you can add to your signature. Click here to check out the additional Email Apps available in WiseStamp.

{ 13 comments… read them below or add one }

Nile October 3, 2010 at 12:55 pm

I have been seeing the email signature make a come back with a bang lately. Bang as in, not just a simple text signature, but one with a pic too. It really is nice to see that. My own is simple, but I will probably be trying out something a little fancier soon. :)

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Rob Wilson October 3, 2010 at 1:37 pm

Hi Lori,

I really like this. There are a lot of options in here. I just installed it and it was really easy to use and setup. I sent an email from one of my accounts to another so I could see what the signature would really look like in an actual email and just to test it all the way and it worked great. This is a really valuable addition to any marketer’s toolkit and I hadn’t heard anything about it before – so thanks for bringing it to my attention! – Rob

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I admit, I’ve not came to this blog in a very long time. but it had been yet another joy to read your excellent articles.

Linda G. Cox October 6, 2010 at 8:19 am

Hey Lori!
I found this post through CommentLuv! I’m glad you left a comment on lindagraceonline because this is EXACTLY what I need! It’s on the top of my to-do list! It’s a bummer that I can’t get to it today, but I will this week! I’ll email you when I get it finished and show you what it looks like! Thank you!!!
Linda
ps. and thank you for spotlighting me on Kimberly Castleberry’s page!!

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