So we've talked about how to create an email signature with add-ons and the fact that Gmail now has rich-text for its signatures, but what should you include in it? I just came across this Sitepoint article with 20 tips I found interesting. Here are some highlights:
Here's the general rule of thumb:
1. Keep it as short as you can while providing all of the information you deem most important (four lines is the accepted standard).
This is good to note — don't go crazy with HTML:
5. Be careful with HTML formatting because it may not appear how you want it to for everyone.
And I hadn't thought about this. What do you think? Redundant?
14. Include your email address. You can’t rely on various email clients to include header information in replies and forwards.
Read all 20 tips here.
So, the goal is to get your signature noticed without being obtrusive. What do you include in your signature to make it stand out?