Updated: May 17
What does your email signature need to do?
It needs to attract someone’s attention
It also needs to provide information about you
What should be included in your email signature:
Your name, fancy title and business name
Contact information (phone, website, email, socials)
Social links (clickable)
Photo (optional - although I highly recommend that you add this in for ‘know, like and trust’)
Responsive design - eg workable links
Legal requirements (if required)
Lead magnet (optional)In the photo is my own email signature. I change it up depending on what season or holiday it is. I have a new lead magnet coming soon, so I'll add a banner to the bottom pointing everyone to my lead magnet.
There are so many ways to customise and personalise your email signature - it may be that you have affiliations to certain businesses or associations. You could have qualifications or other things that you want to add. These can all be added to your email signature to give brand recognition and help your potential clients to know, like and trust you.
I can help you with a 'done for you', fully branded, bespoke email signature with your photo, logo (if you want it), website and social media links as well as any lead magnet you may have - only $55 (valued at over $250).
If you would love to create your own and create them for your clients, then I have a course that shows you exactly how to create and upload to the relevant platforms - only $37 (valued at over $150).
If you need help with your email signature or you have any questions, please send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org and let's chat.