STEP 2 Signature Files

One of the easiest ways to share your enthusiasm for GetResponse is by simply doing something you do every day – sending emails! Now we’re not talking about campaigns, but a simple step that, once set up, will help promote your business day after day, effortlessly.

Most of you probably include a unique signature or address at the end of your emails, right? If you’re not familiar with the term, a signature file is information, usually contact related, that is automatically added after your name, or signature, at the end of your email messages. Ranging from one to four lines, it can provide a quick and easy way to communicate information about your products, your brand, even your personality and interests. Sort of like a P.S. at the end of a letter.

Adding a Signature File is easy. Millions use Outlook Express so let’s walk through the set up using that application. Most email clients will have similar processes. If you can’t follow the specific instructions below, simply go to ‘Help’ and search on ‘signatures’ or ‘signature file’ and you’ll receive instructions specific to your email client.

Instructions for Windows Mail / Outlook Express:

  • Click on Tools → Options → Signatures
  • Select whether you want your signature sent with all messages (including replies and forwards) or only original outgoing messages.
  • Click ‘New’ and enter a title for your signature file. Your first signature is always the default
  • Enter the text for your signature in the ‘text’ box and click ‘apply’.

You can find signature file samples and suggestions in the Tools section of your GetResponse affiliate account. Or you can design your own, and add graphics or your logo, just make sure to include your GetResponse affiliate link so you get credit for any sales resulting from your signature promotion.


Signatures add interest and are so easy to do. Take a minute to create one now!



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