Five email signature examples with the official badge of Google Play and App Store

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The email signature badge is a small square with your name and app logo on it. You can place it anywhere in your signature – on top of your name, as a left or right-aligned line, as a box, or at the end of the signature.

To help you out, in this article we’re going to show you five email signature examples with a Google Play and App Store badge to fuel your imagination. The goal of these examples is to increase your app traffic on the marketplace page.

PLUS: You can complement your reading with The benefits of using a badge in the email signature.

1. Email signature minimalist

A minimalist signature is a good idea to help create a professional first impression.

Email signature minimalist with badge
Email signature minimalist.

While there are many different ways to design your signature, if you’re out of ideas, we recommend using a simple, clean layout that lets your name stand out. You can also opt for a minimal color palette with colors that match your branding.

We’ve improved the signature in the second example by adding a logo and social network icons. Having a clearly visible and well-designed logo will help people know who you are and make your business and app easier to find.

With the company logo and badge
With the company logo and badge.

3. Signature with employee photo

By adding a photo of your employees to your email signature, you’re creating an impression that they’re approachable and friendly. In this third example, we do just that! Additionally, this example contains essential email signature elements to introduce you and your business.

Signature with employee photo and badge
Signature with employee photo and badge.

One of the most common ways to use email signatures is to include an employee photo. For example, if you have a team, you can include photos of everyone on your team, or if you have one employee, you can include their photo. This is a great way to show people who you are, and it will also likely lead to more leads for your app in the Google Play and App Store.

4. Example with three columns

Our fourth example is a signature with three columns, with the right column being used to add the emblems.

The purpose of an email signature is to provide a quick, recognizable visual cue for the sender. While it may seem trivial, your email signature can serve as a quick reminder to the recipient of who you are, what your business does or sells, and what to expect from you.

Example with three columns
Example for sales or marketing with a badge.

5. Signature with two columns

Similar to example 4, this last example has two columns but uses the same information (company logo, badges, and social media icons). By additionally including a recognizable badge in your signature, the recipient can quickly determine that there is an app available on the Google and Apple marketplaces.

Email signature with two columns
Email signature with two columns and official badge.

The bottom line

Our five examples of HTML email signatures with Google Play and App Store badges look simple and straightforward. You’ll notice they have basic content such as contact details, website links, and social media accounts. This is good, as it will help you keep your signature short and simple.

The more your app market grows, the more important your online presence is; your professional email signature will help you with that.


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