An email signature is like a digital business card.
Include one at end of an email to let people know who you are and how they can get in contact with you.
Benefits Of An Email Signature
Gives a professional look to your email
Highlights branding elements like a logo and website URL
Gives many contact options for the recipient to reach you
Builds trust by allowing recipients to learn more about you
Can promote social media channels
Creates a strong impression in the memory of the recipient after they read the email
Acts as supplementary information for possible employers
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Include some of the information below:
First and Last Names
Current job title
Other contact information
Links to your social media, LinkedIn, website, Youtube channel, etc.
Company or brand logo
Simple graphics and icons
Can an email signature include a quote, personal statement, and links to articles?
Making The Email Signature
There are many websites that help you create professional-looking email signatures from templates. Google "email signature generator" to find the most up-to-date templates that you can customize with a generator.
Below are some examples:
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