A great looking email signature is an important step in growing your business.
Really? Are people so superficial? Can the way your email signature looks be that important?
And if you’re a talented photographer, which I bet you are, you better be doing your damn best to present yourself that way.
A great photographer that also looks like a great photographer will land more jobs, get higher quality clients and gets paid more for his work.
And there’s research to back up what I’m telling you.
According to marketing and psychology professor, Robert B. Cialdini, consistency persuades. Based on his research which he shares in his national bestseller Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, “the power of consistency is formidable in directing human action”.
Now in order to be consistent, you can’t just rely on typing the text that will make up your signature and enter a hyperlink. That’s what your competition is doing and that’s why 99% of photographers have crappy signatures.
And that’s a good thing - for you.
Because within ten minutes you can have a brand spanking new email signature that will kick your competition to Venus.
Your new email signature will not only make you look great, it will also give your clients a gazillion opportunities to engage with you on social media, your website or through your own call-to-action.
Here at WiseStamp we understand your business needs; we know that your prospects and friends engage differently than your clients.
That’s why you can have different signatures for your different email addresses. Hell, you can even have different signatures for the same address.
It’s the smartest email signature, ever. That’s why it’s called WiseStamp.
Don’t let another day go by looking like your crappy competition.
Liat is a content wordsmith at WiseStamp and copywriter at Ink of Imagination. She delights in creating and sharing valuable tips and helping businesses craft effective content.
When she’s not writing content, she can be found in the world of fiction, embarking on adventures with her characters.