The WiseStamp Email Signature Apps That Will Get Your Blog Read and Shared
This is the first in a series of posts that will feature how your favorite TV characters would use WiseStamp if they weren’t stuck in the virtual world of television. We hope this series will inspire you to use WiseStamp creatively as you leave your impression on the world. Read Part 2 here.
“WiseStamp is responsible for 6% of the traffic that came to my blog in the month of January. To put that into perspective, this exceeds the overall traffic The Deliberate Momhas gotten fromThe Huffington Postand Twitter!”
What this means, is that if you’re not already using WiseStamp, you’re potentially losing out on tons of traffic to your blog or content that’s somewhere else, like Medium or Tumblr.
The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this way. Because with just two clicks, you can link your email signature to your most updated content so that it will automatically show your latest blog post.
Here’s how it works. Assuming that you’ve already signed up for WiseStamp, go to your Signature Preview.
On the left hand side, scroll down to Extras and from Dynamic Apps click on the content sharing app of your choice – WordPress, Medium, Tumblr or RSS Feed and click save changes. That’s it!
Now each time you send out an email you’ll be broadcasting your content to your recipients and give them the ability to interact with your content directly from your email signature.
Now here are the sharing apps and how they could have been used by famous TV characters.
How would Carrie Bradshaw promote her Medium content?
Darren Star, creator of Sex and the City recently showed up in the headlines for saying that Carrie and Mr. Big shouldn’t have ended up together “I think the show ultimately betrayed what it was about, which was that women don’t ultimately find happiness from marriage.”
Here’s a signature we created for Carrie Bradshaw, if she were to use Medium. We think that both Darren and Carrie could have been equally happy with it.
What if Daenerys Targaryen were on WordPress?
According to Rolling Stone, Daenerys’s story “is a non-stop confrontation with complex ideas about sex, war, gender, race, politics, and morality.” And that may be true. But we know that it’s also the story of a queen and her dragons.
Here’s what we thought her email signature would look like if she used WordPress to tell her story.
How would Chanel Oberlin make sure you saw her latest on Tumblr?
Chanel Oberlin is the ruthless leader of the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority that we love to hate. She’s the rich bitch that will make your life and living hell and make you regret wanting to ever be a part of Kappa Kappa Tau. She’d also rub it in your face, if there ever was reason for her to send you an email.
It’s been a while, but it’s the quirky, fun-loving and sweet Phoebe who taught us that being a little crazy is a good thing. No doubt, she’s the type of person that you’d love to get an email from. And if you did, you most probably wouldn’t be surprised about the latest in her RSS feed.
Which platform are you producing content on? Are you using WiseStamp’s Content Apps to promote it?
Written by Liat Behr
Liat is a Content Wordsmith at WiseStamp and copywriter at Ink of Imagination. She delights in creating and sharing valuable tips and helping businesses craft effective content.
When she’s not writing content, she can be found in the world of fiction, adventuring with her characters.