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A Simple Guide to Creating your Signature in an email.

Published on 11/10/2011
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How to add your signature in Gmail. 1. Click on the settings icon (might depend on how your profile looks, mine looks like a little gear) and scroll down to “Mail settings”. 2. Scroll down to “Signature” on the left hand side. 3. If the little radio button “No Signature” is checked, uncheck it by selecting/clicking on the radio button below it. You can copy and paste your website’s URL in the box, or you can be creative by adding a sentence with the URL which you believe can capture the attention of the email recipient(s). As an example you can type in something like,“Keep your wallet in your pocket! FREE tools available”. You can then highlight the sentence you put in and click on the “Link” button (it looks like a link in a chain). 4. Type in or copy and paste your website’s URL into the field “To what URL should this link go?” It would be a good idea to click on the “Test this link” button to make sure the link points to your website. 5. Click on “OK”. 6. Scroll down to the bottom and click “Save Changes”. 7. Congrats!!! You have just created your Gmail signature.

How to add your signature in Hotmail. 1. Go to “Options”, and then scroll down to “More Options”, Options is normally located under your Hotmail username. Clicking on “More Options” will take you to another screen. 2. Click on “Message font and signature” which is located under the heading “Writing email”. 3. After clicking on “Message font and signature” you should get another screen. 4. Enter your text and URL in the “Personal signature” box. You can basically follow the same steps you did in setting up your Gmail signature. To make your sentence clickable, click on the “Link” button which looks like planet earth with a chain on it. 5. Type or copy and paste your website’s URL in the little box that pops up after clicking the link button. 6. Click on “OK”. 7. Click on “Save”. 8. Congrats!! You have saved your Hotmail signature.

How to add your signature in Yahoo. 1. Click on “Options”, (top left hand side) and then mouse down to “Mail Options”. 2. On the “Mail Options” (left hand) menu, click on “Signature” which is immediately below “General”. 3. In the box which shows up on the Signature page, type in or copy and paste your website's URL. Apparently Yahoo does not offer text linking in signatures, so I opted to highlight my catchy sentence in Red, which should make it too obvious to miss. 4. After you have finished with your signature you can click anywhere outside of the signature box and get back to your emailing because it AutoSaves your signature. You can test it by trying to compose a new email. Your signature should appear. 5. Congrats!! You have finished your Yahoo signature.

This concludes my short Training manual. I wish there was some way to put graphics or upload a Word document in here because I have this manual in a word document format, with graphics and all. However, I hope you enjoyed it and that it was helpful. Best of luck in emailing your prospects/customers and have a Merry Christmas.

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