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Thursday, April 26, 2012
Updated Email Signature to WiseStamp

As a blogger, few things bother me more than when the same bloggers who properly format their posts take little or no effort to format their emails.  Just like your blog, your email signature and email etiquette is an expression of you.  So the next time you write an email with typos, lack of a proper salutation or closing, or a properly formatted email signature, you are setting a bad image of yourself.

I have recently changed my email programs to have a more visually appealing signature.  If you have written me recently, you have undoubtedly seen it.  The program that I highly recommend is WiseStamp (  WiseStamp will allow you to create both a personal and a business email signature that works in virtually any program (e.g. Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, et cetera). 

Most importantly, you can properly format your signature and include links to the various social media platforms on which you are present.  This increases your brand awareness and leads to larger followings.  In my particular email signature (pictured below), I link to my profile on thirteen different social media sites and even include an RSS feed that displays the last post from my blog. 

For a paid subscription, you are eligible for enhanced features including setting certain signatures with certain emails, using a separate signature when replying or forwarding instead of the one sent with new messages, etc.  For only $36 a year, I highly recommend the purchase and setting all of your signatures (e.g. blogging, personal, business, family, et cetera) to WiseStamp.  But don’t take my word for it, please click here and download a version of WiseStamp now.


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