Your email signature is prime real estate in an email and you can leverage it to do some of the heavy lifting in sales or brand edification as a notary public.
The cool thing is, there is really no right or wrong way to do email signatures. Depending on the expert you listen to or the blog you read, you’ll get different opinions. In my experience as a credentialed professional and notary coach, a few strategies have emerged as either effective or ineffective with email signatures and I’m going to share them with you today.
Here are a few tips for creating an email signature that will get attention and help you sell your products and services. You don’t have to use all of these elements in your email signature. Pick and choose what you like and mix and match throughout the year.
Simple can actually be better. You don’t need anything fancy. All email...
A friend and I bought a liquor store we found listed on BizBuySell.com in the early 2,000’s. It was just a small mom-and-pop shop, or more accurately a pop-and-son thing, and the son had lost interest so pop was selling cheap.
It was located in a pretty busy shopping center with a Home Depot as an anchor, so I was confident I could boost revenues and quickly grow to a second location.
Offer a compelling “lead magnet” and capture email addresses of my customers so I could communicate value on my terms.
Tapping into my experience with another business I was in, we bought a badass poker table and set it up in the store as a display and ran a promotion to win it.
The rules were simple:
The strategy was a hit, garnering over 1,200 email addresses of local imbibers of booze.
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