I think that most people try to personalize the e-mail that they send in some way. Often people will add their name and possibly a link to their website to the end of the e-mail that they are sending. In fact, most e-mail programs can be set up to do this automatically.
Wouldn’t it be nice to make your email signature even more personal? Well you can with My Live Signature. In fact, you can use the signature that you create on Mylivesignature.com in your e-mail, forum posts, blog posts, website, and documents.
I suppose that pretty much anywhere that you can attach or embed an image you could use your personal “MyliveSignature” image.
You can create an imitation of your signature using the signature creation wizard. The creation wizard is completely free to use. All you have to do is register for a free account on the MyLiveSignature site.
Using the signature creation wizard I typed in “Tricia P.”. Yes, my last name is probably easy enough to find, but for now we’ll just go with the initial for my last name. I was then taken to a page that listed examples of Tricia P. written in different font styles. I was given over 100 choices of styles.
I could chose from styles that were in very ornate, or old English style font or ones closer to true hand writing or printing. I’m left handed and I was pleased to see that some of the signature styles had the appearance of being written by a lefty.
I picked a signature that was close enough to my own handwriting style, and then clicked on the “next” button at the end of the page. On the next page I picked the size of the signature that I wanted, and after that I picked the color of the signature.
I was surprised, and pleased, to find that I still had more choices to make. The fourth step in the Signature creation wizard was to select the “Slope” or angle of the signature. I chose one on a slight slope to give it a more hurried and authentic look.
The final step was to simply name the file. When I clicked finished the file was saved as I’d named it “triciap” and I could access it from a menu on the left side of the page by selecting “Use my Signature”.
When I clicked on “Use my Signature” I was taken to a page that gave me a choice of HTML or BB code. I picked HTML code and was given two more choices as to how I wanted the final signature to look and then I generated the code.
Here’s the signature file that I created:
Isn’t that cool?
The MyLiveSignature.com site has a tutorial that you can go through to see all of the options you can use while creating a signature.
They also offer a service where you can submit an image of your actual signature and their designers will create a MyliveSignature” file of your real signature. If you’d like to use your real signature they have two options and the prices range from $9.95 for a scanned image, to $19.95 for an animated image. You can get 20% off the price of an animated signature right now.
I like how easy it was to create a signature file. You can easily create new signatures in different styles or colors to suit the site or document that you wanted to use them in.
I can see signature files from MyLiveSignature.com being used on blogs all over the world to give posts a personal touch.