What Should Be in an Email Signature?

From Patsy Stewart:

We communicate everyday with our clients and business associates through email. An email signature is just as important as a firm handshake when meeting and greeting someone.  Just like your handshake, your email signature is an opportunity to communicate.

What should be included in an email signature?

  • Valediction (What's this?)
  • Your name
  • Your title
  • Phone numbers
  • Company logo or company name (you could use your photo instead of logo)
  • Website
  • Social network links
  • Industry news or your latest or most popular blog post

Here's how it looks!  Send me an email when you've got your email signature set up – I'd love to see it! 

Patsy Stewart's email signature

Check out Patsy Stewart's how-to on email signatures on The Social BUZZ Lab blog.

Patsy Stewart is a social media practitioner and owner of The Social BUZZ Lab. Her posts for Handshake 2.0 generate top ten buzz. You're invited to read more from Patsy Stewart on Handshake 2.0.

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