Email Signature

A signature block (often abbreviated as signature, sig block, sig file, .sig, dot sig, siggy, or just sig) is a block of text automatically appended at the bottom of an e-mail message, Usenet article, or forum post. This has the effect of "signing off" the message and in a reply message of indicating that no more response follows. It is common practice for a signature block to consist of one or more lines containing some brief information on the author of the message. Note that a sig block is not the same as a digital signature. A sig block is easily forged, whereas a digital signature uses cryptographic techniques to provide verifiable proof of authorship.
Posts about Email Signature
  • Marketing and Email Signatures: A Love Story

    … Image via BigStockPhoto.com Let’s explore a marketer’s relationship with the corporate email signature. Like a grade school girl being chased and teased by the boys at recess, the marketer first views the signature as simply annoying. But eventually, she harnesses the potential of the email signature and falls in love. Let’s call our 3rd…

    Convince and Convertin EMail- 15 readers -
  • Decreased Facebook Visibility: What Can You Do?

    … as they leave your site. We’ve found that it’s provided a big boost. (BTW-we’d be thrilled if you’d use our affiliate link.) Go low tech. Add an email signup next to your cash register. They’ve already purchased from you. Add email newsletter information on your business cards. It’s a piece of information people tend to keep and read. BTW—Don’t…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Social Facebook YouTube- 29 readers -
  • Why You Should Declare Email Bankruptcy for 2015

    … in your inbox, and starting over with a completely clean slate. (It also helps to add a little temporary disclaimer to your email signature to let people know.) Given the sheer amount of time we now spend on email at work, email bankruptcy may be your one chance to empty your inbox with impunity, and get a truly fresh start. Law professor Lawrence…

    Hootsuitein EMail- 28 readers -
  • Turn Your Email Signature into a Content Promotion Asset

    … signatures, which is an incredibly powerful way to gauge customer happiness. You can express your opinion on their services by choosing ‘Great’, ‘Okay’, and ‘Not Good’. This transparency and commitment to customer service serves the company’s brand and support team by creating more trust and engagement with both prospective and current customers. When…

    Brandon Pindulic/ Relevancein EMail Content- 18 readers -
  • 7 Ways You’re Missing Out on Attracting More Loyal Subscribers

    … with them, or if you feel like it’s appropriate to ask. 6. Ignoring your email signature Do you just put your name at the end of your emails? You might be missing out on potential subscribers if you do. Try including a link to your free offering – with a clear, compelling reason to sign up – in your email signature like Jenny Shih does. You never know…

    Jenna Dalton/ socialmouthsin Social EMail Google- 27 readers -
  • Are You Missing These 5 Social Sharing Powerhouses?

    … by sharing their content. Go one step further and respond to the content in the comments section. Influencers like Gini Dietrich of Spin Sucks pay attention and respond. Gather influencer input when creating content. This is a great way to develop epic curated content. By involving people in the content, they’re more likely to share your finished work…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Social- 12 readers -
  • 17 Quick Wins to Boost Your Social Media Marketing Right Away

    … that we’ve been using at Buffer for quite some time. Belle Beth Cooper wrote about the benefits of this one back in January: Being able to get more Twitter followers with a number of tips that simply show gratitude are my favorite, since they’re completely non-intrusive and build on your previous efforts. 5. Turn your email signature into a social…

    Kevan Lee/ Buffer Blogin Social Twitter- 18 readers -
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