Since eMail is so important to business communication, your eMail signature is more important than you may think.
My primary eMail signature
-- Ross DeMeyere 612.789.2052 DeMeyere Design Incorporated https://demeyere.design/ creative ☆ tech-savvy ☆ eclectic creative services & creative goods
--(tac-tac-space) is the accepted way to start an eMail signature, as many applications will recognize that this is the start of the signature and is no longer the message.
- since the eMail address is sent with the message, there isn't any pressing need to include it in the eMail signature, unless you feel that people are going to be printing your eMail out or forwarding them on... then it might make sense.
- Phone number is a line away from the website, so both can be accessed easily from a mobile device.
- try to keep personal info with the person and company info with the company. If you have a direct phone line, put it under your name, if you are referencing a main company phone number, put it with the company.
- If there is a lot of information for either the person or the company, these sections could be separated by a blank line.
- The Elevator Pitch is prominently displayed at the end of the signature.
- Use plain text only. Graphics may not display. It is difficult to copy contact information from a graphic and will have to be re-keyed, which could introduce errors.
- Keep it short. Try to keep the entire eMail signature under 10 lines
- phone numbers in the
000-000-0000format is usually converted into a link on phones.
https://in front of your URLs and eMail applications will turn those into links.
Have a great day! Tristan Tristan Meyer Director of Field Operations, North America Advanced Frameworks, AB 870 Universal Pwky. Suite 1307 Shield Wall, CO 80466 Phone: 970-363-0095 email@example.com
Have a great day! -- Tristan Meyer 970-363-0095 Director of Field Operations Advanced Frameworks 870 Universal PWKY STE 1307, Shield Wall CO 80466 http://aframeworks.com/
Something to think about...