Adding a personalized signature to your emails is not only aesthetically pleasing, it’s also useful for advertising and gaining followers. Email signatures allow you to passively offer your contact information, website and social profiles to anyone you communicate with via email.
A Canadian-based startup has developed a Twitter tool called TwitFooter that displays tweets in the footer of your email signatures.
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Users can setup TwitFooter to post either random tweets, the latest tweets, or just the Twitter bio. It works by copying a code from TwitFooter into the place you normally edit your email signature. It works without having to install any software, all you need to do is authorize it on Twitter.
If you’re a blogger or content creator this tool could be useful because TwitFooter will post your latest articles (through tweets) within every email you create. It also features statistics that track inbound clicks from emails.
TwitFooter is a free tool that supports Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook Express, Windows Mail and Outlook 2003 & 2007.
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