When did you last update your email signature? Or even review it? If that’s been a long time, you’re no exception; In many organizations, the bottom part of emails is low down on the priority list. And that’s a pity, because a tight signature policy reinforces your brand. Above all, your mail signature provides opportunities for conversion.
To get the most out of your e-mail, we are launching MailDoodler; a G-suite app that allows you to effortlessly streamline all mail signatures within your organisation
It easily allows you to adapt to current marketing campaigns. There’s no need for signatures to be static; the possibilities are endless.
Anarchy in the final words
The fact that most organizations don’t have their signature policy on point, is something Incentronaut Dave Poort knows like no other. In his career he has seen all the variations: “From different fonts and very creative color use to blurred logos, imaginary job titles and outdated addresses; there’s more going wrong in those bottom few lines than you might think. “And that can not only be annoying for the recipient, who may call a non-existing number or travel to the wrong place for a meeting. Dave: ‘An email signature is branding down to the inch. It’s your digital business card. It’s vital that it is correct, looks good and is compliant with the rest of your brand. ”
MailDoodler keeps it simple
With MailDoodler, Dave’s team has developed a handy tool that manages all signatures centrally within your organization. Without hassle. Dave: ‘MailDoodler just resides in the G Suite app section; installed in no time. Using it is just as easy. We wanted to approach the freedom of a sketchbook, so we made the user interface as intuitive as possible. “In MailDoodler, you can easily add pictures, links, and social media buttons, or create space for a personal quote of your employees. Their individual data is automatically loaded through Google Directory; so it’s hassle free. Dave: “Many other signature management solutions are unnecessarily complicated. We have tried to keep everything as simple as possible. ”