Personal email signatures - should you use one?
Corporate email signatures are used for a variety of reasons, such as promoting social channels or complying with legal disclaimer laws, but what can a personal email signature be used for? We’ve listed a few examples below.
A lot of people use a personal email signature for job hunting, as it can help you come across as professional. It’s also a great way to quickly display your contact information, so recruiters and employers know the best ways to contact you. You can also add a LinkedIn icon so recruiters can have a quick glance at your work history.
Whether you’re just starting your degree, or you’ve just finished it, a student signature is another example of what a personal email signature can be used for. Whether you’re using it while contacting employers for a summer internship or when emailing someone for a quote in an essay, a student email signature can have a positive impact.
Check out these tips for what you should include in a student email signature.
Personal email signatures are particularly useful if you are a freelancer either seeking an opportunity or liaising with a contact for your work. If you are a freelancer with your own website or online portfolio, you can easily link to it in an email signature.
Online content creator
If you’re an online content creator who, for example, runs a blog or a YouTube channel, you might be likely to get in contact with brands for sponsored content opportunities. By using an email signature, you come across as a credible person, and you can directly include a link to your blog and social media pages.
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