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Bad email signatures show a lack of professionalism, making it difficult for email recipients to contact you through alternative channels. So you may ask yourself: what constitutes a good email signature?
To help you, we created this Infographic.
- Use standard text fonts: Standard text fonts include Arial, Verdana, and Times New Roman. These fonts are easy to read, look good, and are on every computer.
- Avoid email signature with image-only: A professional email signature shouldn’t be just an image. Although it may look good (beautiful design), it is not affordable.
- Avoid plain text: Also, avoid using text-only signatures, similar to an image-only email signature. You are missing out on the opportunity to drive traffic to your website, blog, or social media.
- Add the fundamental: Almost all commercial email signatures must include, at a minimum, the following: Employee name and position; Company name and logo; Phone; Website or blog link; Social accounts – limit of three.
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For more information about the data, visit Best Practices For Business Email Signatures.