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WiseStamp: Your Social Email Signature

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WiseStamp allows you to personalize your emails by putting contact information, quotes, your IM name, and your latest Tweets right on your emails. You can choose who gets to see what (for instance you might not want everyone you send emails to having your private phone number) and your tweets will update automatically each time you send a new tweet. You can also change your quotes, from inspirational, to humorous and a few other choices.

Some of the available apps that you can attach to your emails include:
・ Google Plus
・ Facebook
・ WordPress blogs
・ Quotes
・ Etsy (if you sell homemade gifts online)
・ Ebay store (if you have one)

The app is especially useful for people that are active on a wide range of social networks it is the most social email signature available. They would be encouraging people to click on the links with every business email they sent. This would have the potential of increasing views to their websites or visiting their online stores. This might prove especially handy when doing an email campaign.


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9 Responses to this post.

  1. Anonymous's Gravatar

    Posted by Anonymous on 25.11.11 at 7:51 am

    Useful! Thank you

  2. Dan Cristo's Gravatar

    Posted by Dan Cristo on 25.11.11 at 7:51 am

    The app looks cool, but I will have to disagree with you about the benefits to improving search engine rankings. Increase views should not impact rankings in general. One may argue that if they are signed into their Google account a visit to a site may be reflected in their web history which may help the website rank higher for them at a future time when signed into Google. But in general it won’t budge rankings for anyone else.

  3. lauraleewalker's Gravatar

    Posted by lauraleewalker on 25.11.11 at 7:51 am

    Hi Dan! Thank you for your input! On second look, I’m inclined to agree with you, so I’m making a tweak to the post, which is otherwise sound. I appreciate the feedback & your help in maintaining the integrity of my blog. :0)

  4. Prasant Naidu's Gravatar

    Posted by Prasant Naidu on 25.11.11 at 7:51 am

    a app that i am using for last 6 months and it is really handy with not much of a fuss. Adding my blog link to the signature is cool(my fav). good to see the post.

  5. cristo's Gravatar

    Posted by cristo on 25.11.11 at 7:51 am

    Check out brandmymail.com that in addition to social/dynamic signature can place dynamic content in any empty area in the email makes emails look like a newsletters

  6. Anonymous's Gravatar

    Posted by Anonymous on 25.11.11 at 7:51 am

    Awesome! Glad you’re benefiting from the app! Thank you for stopping by. :0)

  7. Rachel Ann Poling's Gravatar

    Posted by Rachel Ann Poling on 25.11.11 at 7:51 am

    Thanks! I was wondering how to get one of those… just not enough to do some research. ;) I’ll be trying this out for sure!

  8. Anonymous's Gravatar

    Posted by Anonymous on 25.11.11 at 7:51 am

    Thank you for visiting. Great to have you here! I’m glad you got value from the post. :0)

  9. Kenny JK's Gravatar

    Posted by Kenny JK on 25.11.11 at 7:51 am

    You can also use BrandMyMail http://www.brandmymail.com similar to wisestamp but with better control over email signature and overall template.

    Nice examples http://pinterest.com/brandmymailcom/brandmymail-user-templates/

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