On the off chance that you have always wanted a pleasant looking signature to go out on the bottom of your emails however are not well informed enough to do it yourself, LinkedIn has a straightforward tool for you. LinkedIn signatures are compatible with Outlook 2000, XP, 2003, Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Yahoo! Mail.
At the point when you are signed into your LinkedIn account, look to the bottom of the page, to the LinkedIn footer. You will see the headings: Company, Tools, and Premium. Select Overview in the Tools area. This will take you to the LinkedIn Tools page. You will see the Email Signature about midway down the page. Snap the Attempt it Now button.
At the point when you get to the Create an scrape linkedin emails the principal thing you need to do is choose the layout. There are several to browse; from plain content to graphics. LinkedIn shows you right away what your signature will resemble.
Below that is a space to add your information. LinkedIn pulls a portion of your information from your LinkedIn profile yet you can edit what appears. You can also add additional information including telephone numbers, addresses and taglines. You can also include the link to your LinkedIn profile, a see who we know in like manner link and a we are hiring link.
At the point when you add your company name, the signature makes it a live link to your website. In case you are a solopreneur and do not have a company name, simply enter your website again in the company field to have your website appear.
When you are happy with the information, you need to save your email signature. At the bottom of the page there’s a Tick here for instructions linkedin for business. Another window in your program will open. There’s a drop-down menu for you to choose your email customer – that is the software program you use for reading your email. Select the one you use and follow the instructions.
This tool creates decent, clean looking email signatures that do not scream LinkedIn. The other day I got an email from somebody using their signature and did not realize it was from LinkedIn until I started looking at all the templates.
The most serious issue with the LinkedIn email signatures is it is somewhat limited as to what you can add. There is a place to add a tagline yet it is just 80 characters. I use my email signature to promote my teleseminars. 80 characters is not sufficient space to do that.
However, on the off chance that the information you might want added to your email signature fits into the LinkedIn template, then using LinkedIn’s email signature tools is a great choice.