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If you care about the environment – and you definitely should – here’s how to easily add Green Email Footers to your emails using our signature creator.

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We found those great green footers today:

PPlease consider the environment before printing this e-mail!

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Please consider your environmental responsibility.
Before printing this e-mail message, ask yourself whether you really need a hard copy.

via-  Carbon Free of Course » Green Footers.

And some textual green tag lines:

  • Don’t print this, OK?
  • Printing this message kills trees. Printing is a murder!
  • Please consider filing this email in an email folder and refraining from printing it, since that would be redundant and a waste of space, time and paper. Just make sure you back up your hard drive, you idiot.
  • Please respond to this email as soon as possible, as I am soon unplugging all my electrical devices and moving to the woods. And this should go without saying, but you should NOT print this message, since the more you print, the less woods I will have left to live in. Again, please hurry.

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Simply copy and paste them to your WiseStamp signatures and help us make this world a better place to live in.

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Free marketing tools non-profits often miss « message communications

We found this fascinating quote today:

All business email signatures should include the employee’s full name, position title, name of the organization with tag line, contact information and link to the corporate website. It’s amazing how many companies don’t do this…

You should really read this article-  Free marketing tools non-profits often miss « message communications.

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The Social Media Email Signature

We found this fascinating quote today:

” A growing number of Web 2.0-savvy executives, however, are breaking out of the old mold and creatively integrating social networking into their email sign-off. After all, the two purposes of an email signature are to tell the recipient a little about yourself (e.g., your title, company and location) and to give them different ways to contact you. Social networking sites are simply an extension of those two functions, giving other people more information about yourself and additionalways to interact.”

You should really read this article-  The Social Media Email Signature

Drive Traffic to Your Blog Simply by Using Your email Signature

Writing a blog?
So you’ve got yourself a Blog! Cool, now all you have to do is find readers…

Not so simple, ah?
Well, fortunately, you can transform your email signature into a reader-magnet. Just think of the fact that you send about a million emails daily. Use them as a super efficient marketing tool and attract the people you email to your blog using your signature!
Here are 6 simple tips to create an email signature that works for your blog:


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Does Your E-Mail Signature Say About You

We found this fascinating quote today:

Marketing people have company slogans in their e-mail.  SiteProNews, a Web magazine for Webmasters, says that’s a great idea, arguing that your e-mail sig should be a mini-advertisement for your company.”

You should really read this article-  What Does Your E-Mail Signature Say About You? – Digital Life Blog – InformationWeek.

What Email Sign-Off to Use in Your Email Signature

There is this ongoing debate about which email sign-off is appropriate for an email signature. Why is it such an issue?

Well, it seems that at certain periods in time, the same sing-off can become quite tiring for many individuals. There is also the fact that an email sign-off can say a lot about how a person feels at the time. For example, an individual may sign off with, “I look forward to hearing from you” in the beginning of their interactions to “Best.” “Best,” to some, is usually an indicator that something is up.


Use Your Email Signature to Find Readers for Your Blog

If you’re going to write a blog, you need readers for it. It’s as simple as that. If you don’t have readers, then the effort you’re putting into the writing is more or less for nothing. Fortunately, you can get readers quite easily. There is a low-cost solution with high returns called the “email signature.”


Promote Yourself through Your email Signature by Doing it Right

Don’t ever doubt the importance of your email signature. So many individuals feel that an email signature is not going to make a difference in their business, but the truth is that it is the most powerful promotional tool in your email. It conveys a message different than the email’s body, but it is what is going to drive traffic to your website or blog. It is what people are going to click on to be taken to your space on the web.

So the first thing on the agenda here is to understand what the important parts of an email signature are. Those parts are:


Promote Your Business through Your Email Signature: Be consistent

Your email signature is one of the most cost-efficient marketing tools you will ever encounter on the Internet. This is because email signatures contain very important information about you and your business in a way that is short and to the point. However, it also has to entice an individual to click on any links contained within it or to contact you through other means of communication. It is automatically added to the end of your emails so that you don’t have to type the signature over and over. That is why it has to be perfect from the beginning so that you’re not constantly and unnecessarily changing it.

If you’re still not convinced that an email signature can promote your business, take this into consideration:


How Social Media and an Email Signature go Hand-In-Hand

There was a time when an email signature served as a type of electronic business card. It was even laid out that way at the end of the email. It contained the name of the individual who sent the email, their title, the web address to their business, their email address, physical address, and contact phone number. In other words, it contained every method available to contact that person.

But the times have changed…

Now we have social media, which consists of such websites as Twitter, MySpace, YouTube, Facebook, and many others that have made getting in touch a lot easier than what it used to be.


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