This is a supporting article for our sister website – Small Business Website Marketing.
N.B: These steps are for Microsoft Outlook 2007. For other versions – try this article: http://www.lockergnome.com/windows/2006/06/13/add-a-signature-to-your-messages-outlook-20022003/
Click on the Tools menu item and go to Options -> Mail Format -> Signatures
Click on New
Give your new signature an identifying name and click on OK.
Design your signature in the bottom of the page.
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Creating a link
To turn the website address into a link, highlight the address and click the button that looks like a chain link.
Type the website address that you would like them to go to when they click the link and click OK.
Once you’re happy with the signature click the OK button and then click OK on the Options window.
Inserting a signature
When you have finished writing your email, place the cursor where you wan tthe signature to go and click the signature button. Select the signature that you want to insert.
Every good SEO knows that to be a good SEO, they need great SEO tools. At MMD we’re always writing scripts and other tools to help us get great results for our SEO clients. Sometimes we make them available for everyone (such as with our Yahoo Site Explorer parser).
We’re currently working on a tool which is giving us an incredible insight into the competitive landscape for out target keywords, and it’s giving us a whole bunch of avenues to explore for our clients. I don’t want to give too much away at the moment but here’s a screenshot to give you an idea of what to expect.
If you’re interested in being a beta tester then please email me at email@example.com or leave a comment on this post to register your interest. If you have any testing experience then that’d be great but what I’m really looking for are SEOs with experience of using tools to help their clients.
As you’ll see below, the move from the old blogging platform to the new hasn’t been without its problems and in the process we haven’t been able to move the comments to the new blog. So please comment on any articles in the blog that you have an opinion on and lets get the comments ball rolling again!
You can start by letting us know what you think of the new design! I like it – it’s simple, and doesn’t have anything to do with our brand but it’s sleek and makes the text nice and easy to read.
Apart from the design changes, the other huge difference is that we’ve finally moved away from the Subtext plaform and moved to WordPress.org. This isn’t generally an issue for you, the reader, but for me it means less hours are spent scratching my head and I can have a much lower heart rate.
Subtext is a very clever piece of software and has been highly engineered to the nth degree. This is great in some ways, but in terms of trying to customise it for your own use, it’s a total pain. This is bad enough for me, a Microsoft Certfied Software Developer, but for a non-techie user it’s nigh-on impossible. It was also starting to be a little flaky so it was time to move.
WordPress is fantastic. Simple to use, with masses of support and thousands of clever plug-ins and skins. If you want to start blogging for your business (and you definitely should be considering it!) then WordPress is 100% the way to go – I cannot recommend it highly enough.
Anyway, we’re here now. Please add your comments to our blog and if you have any feedback at all, both good or bad, then please send it to us!
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