I get a lot of emails here in the Cutting for Business office. I’ve been recently surprised at the amount of Silhouette Cameo and Cricut based small business owners who don’t have an appropriate email signature!
What is an Email Signature?
An email signature is simply a way to close your emails. It generally offers your name, website address, and social media links. It’s like an electronic business card. Email signatures make your business more professional, plus it’s free advertising!
How to Create an Email Signature
There are tons of online signature creators. I tested several (14 to be exact!) for this post and decided I would share New Old Stamp with Cutting for Business readers. The process is easy and free, simply visit New Old Stamp and fill in the details. After creating your signature, select your email provider and follow the instructions to install your new signature. The whole process is likely to take you under 5 minutes!
Here’s the sample signature I created:
Christine Schinagl, Blogger
Cutting for Business
Another easy way to make your business look more professional is a domain name. Read more about that in this post.
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