Google Tools Tip: How to Create a Personal Gmail Signature


Over the next few months we’ll be adding lots of new tips and tricks using Google and Google tools, which we’re sure will come in extremely useful if you use Google online tools for your business.

Today I’d like to share with you a simple trick of creating a personal Gmail signature to effectively give your emails a more professional brand image appearance. Most of you internet tech savvy of individual will probably already know of this trick, but for those of you who don’t, here goes -

First of all if you’re logged into your Gmail Google account, go into your Mail > Mail Settings. If you’re on the home page of Google, the Mail link will be at the top close to the middle, and Mail Settings link located under the gear icon to the top right of your screen.

If you scroll down the page you’ll come to a Gmail signature panel that looks a little something like this –

email signature

Click on the second radial button option directly under the ‘no signature’ to enable your personal signature.

Now simply ad your Gmail signature in what ever form you wish using the editor, include your website and contact details should you wish. You can also add an image by submitting it’s URL. When you’re done, hit the ‘save changes’ button below and that’s it

From now on all your outgoing messages in Gmail will have your personal Gmail signature appended at the bottom of them… enjoy.

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About Samantha Wright

Samantha Wright is a featured guest writer and the co-founder of magnet4marketing.net. She was awarded MasterCard Business Woman of the Year in 2007 and now loves to share her knowledge and insights in small business marketing. In her spare time Samantha is also a keen surf photographer, and loves to cook. Samantha currently works for Mole Valley Forage Services as a customer service unit manager. You can follow Samantha on Facebook.

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