Create a new HTML email signatures using our Email signature templates design.
- Well-Crafted Email Signatures for Businesses
- Professionally designed, coded and tested templates
We’ve done all the hard work, now the fun part of customizing your email signature templates is up to you.
- 20+ Templates, 1000’s of design combinations
You get 20+ professionally designed, coded and tested HTML email signature templates, There are literally 1000’s of unique email signature template designs combinations
- Edit text and manage images in email signature using photoshop
Customize your signatures text, labels, images, icons, fonts, colors, margin widths and more.
- Compatible with email clients and apps
Use our HTML email signature templates in any email client or app that supports HTML email signatures. See the full list here. All our email signature templates have been tested across all supported email clients and apps too.
Why we’re not using just image as a email signature?
First and foremost, if you’re using only an image as your email-signature, you’re at risk of your emails being treated as spam. This is because the text:image ratio is too low.
As a general rule, there needs to be more text than images included in the body of your email messages. This is one important criteria spam filters check for, to filter out the junk from the real emails. Spammers rely heavily of using images because usually their HTML coding skills aren’t up to scratch.
Secondly, using only an image as your email-signature, doesn’t allow you to make different parts of the email-signature clickable. It might not take your customers or business associates to what they might be expecting when they click on something in your signature.
Say for example, you’re using an image for your email-signature and you have the image set to click through to your website. That’s great.
But the customer who clicked your email address in the image expected to start sending you an email. Instead they were taken to your website because it’s just an image, and it only has one clickable area.
Another example might be if your image has social media icons. A client wants to follow you on LinkedIn, so they click the LinkedIn icon in your email-signature image, but they aren’t taken to your LinkedIn profile, because the image can only send them to your website.
So why use a HTML email-signature instead of an image
Firstly, if the HTML email-signature has been coded correctly with a great text:image ratio, (like ours are), you won’t have any problems with it being caught in any spam filters.
Secondly, because the email-signature is coded in HTML, all parts of the email-signature are clickable. This means you can direct your customers to exactly what they are looking for no matter what they click on in the email-signature.
So, whether it’s clicking on email address, a banner advert, your logo, or a social media icon, the person clicking will be taken to exactly what they are looking for.