I would like to know if anyone else out there is using a custom signature on your emails when you send them out? And the best program to do this with? I tried a couple and they are not working out very well-
what I want to do is add a nice signature to my emails, that looks handwritten, then add one of my hub articles after that when I send emails out.
Anybody know of a nice little utility for doing that?
And how is your success doing this?
I think it adds a nice personal touch, and is good marketing for our hubs.
I send so many emails out I figure I'm missing an opportunity for exposure by not doing this.
Usually, you can create a general signature in whatever email provider you use. Otherwise, you may be able to create something on Photoshop and upload it, but I don't recall ever seeing someone with an uploaded signature. I'm not a fan of long or large signatures, as sometimes it can make the overall email cluttered and junky. If you're going to make one, I'd say just use the regular signature add-in that your email provider gives you. You can put your name and hubpage profile or whatever.
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