Improve your E-Mail Signature

One of the highlights of my job is talking to customers and hearing about the different ways they are using their Cinegif images.  We are continually amazed at the creativity both in the content of the Cinegif and how they are being put to use.  One clever trend that caught my eye this week was that companies are now using Cinegifs to improve their e-mail signatures.  Not only do they look great, but they are small enough to easily travel with every e-mail that you send.

This one was created by Todd Wallis of Virtual Media Group and is currently in use in his e-mail signature.  His Cinegif links to a 2 minute video on his website that talks about the services his company provides.

Here’s how it looks in his e-mail.  Click to see for yourself.

Virtual Media Group Video

We were so inspired by Todd and his team at Virtual Media Group that we began using it ourselves!  This is how mine turned out

Cinegif Signature

Create your own unique signature:

1. Start by creating a Cinegif that is no more than 150 pixels wide.  It’ll be saved in your Gallery with its own access URL or you also have the option of downloading it onto your computer.

2. Then simply update your e-mail signature block managed by your browser by either uploading the Cinegif or pointing to the access URL.

Note: If you are using Gmail, you can access your signature block under Settings, General, Signature, Insert Graphic, and then enter the Cinegif’s access URL.  Add a link to your website, landing page, video or whatever works best for you along with your contact information and you’re all set!


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