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Adding a banner in the email signature

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Adding a banner to your professional email signature can make perfect sense if you want to do marketing. It aims to increase traffic on the website, blog, promote an event, promotion, or product in e-commerce.

E-mail signature example with banner

Email signature banner

There are two ways to send a banner to your email signature on Bybrand.

Let’s see both cases:

1) Upload a banner from the signature editor

If you have the banner image on your machine, you can send the item to the email signature via the HTML editor. See this example of how to upload an image for the signature.

Click on any text area, then on the image icon.

Upload a banner from the signature editor

Then upload the image.

Upload image block

In addition, by clicking on the current image, you can also change it by adding new content or linking to a URL.

2) Upload a banner from Assets

The second method is using the Assets feature option.

Upload a banner from Assets

In the Assets option, there are integrations where you can get more resources from third-party sources—for example, generating a QR Code or a Google Maps with the address of your physical store.

This way, you can upload a banner for your signature within that feature. Then you can go back to the signature and upload it through the editor.


Here we have a complete video with an example of adding a map banner. After, a custom link is added.

All images sent to the email signature are available in the Assets feature for further use and editing.

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The goal of your banner is to get it clicked. So, adding a banner is super easy with Bybrand’s email signature editor.

As a complement, you can use these sites to create your images.

  • Canva.com
  • Crello.com
  • Snappa.com
Updated on 19 de February de 2024

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