WiseStamp Review : Make your emails work for you!
Wisestamp — How to Install
After admiring an email signature of my good blogging friend Simply Stacie and reading her post here on How to make a Professional Looking Email Signature, I decided to give it the application that she suggested a whirl. The name of it was WiseStamp.
Here is what my email signature previously looked like on Google email:
While fairly cute, it still had the cobbled up look of a a 1980’s IBM Selectric typewriter. So I went to Wisestamp to try to develop the up-to-date signature that I was starting to see in most professional bloggers’ emails. I first watched the video, they made it look pretty easy! So I started to make my new signature. Not so easy. I could not figure out how to wrap the text around the picture..(to be honest, I can never figure that out!).
Thank goodness, I know limited HTML so I just copied a fellow blogger’s signature into the editing space (You have to use the ctrl C (copy) and Ctrl V (paste) in this application), leaving out the social lines and letting the app add those at the bottom. I revised for my details and then it all worked like a charm!
Now I have a signature that WORKS for me. My Wisestamp Email signature let’s those who get my email know how to get to my blog, my latest news, my latest blog post, and my latest tweet. Wisestamp also provides links for Facebook, Twitter, Stumbleupon, Rss, and more social apps if I want to add them. I am very pleased with the upgrade. My only recommendation would be that the editing portion would be a little bit more template driven. Wisestamp is FREE for the basic application. To utilize more upscale portions of the application, WiseStamp Premium, you must pay a monthly fee.
Blog Note: The Chief Blonde provided a review of Wisestamp for the education of her readers. She received no compensation or product for this post.