Wisestamp, the cool extension that lets you add social media icons to your Gmail signature has constantly been working to improve its product offering. Now WiseStamp users get 7 New Email Apps and 13 New Social Icons to add to their Gmail signature. Here’s a quick look at what’s new. Whats more, WiseStamp also works on select email clients and Firefox, Chrome & Safari web browsers.
WiseStamp Unleashes 7 New Email Apps and 13 New Social Icons
7 New Email Apps
Twitter Follow me
Add this Twitter button in your email messages to make it easier for your recipients to start following you or your company.
Facebook Join me
Add this Facebook button to your email messages to get more Likes to your Facebook page.
Add this Email App to your email messages to encourage your email recipients to join your Newsletter and expand your contact list.
Add this LinkedIn button to your email messages to let your recipients connect with you at a professional level.
Add this QR code containing your v-Card info in your email messages to share your contact details with your recipients.
Searchme by Vizibility
Add this Email App to include a “Search Me” button in your signature. When clicked, it will display the most relevant Google results about you or your company.
Yelp Email App
Add this Email App to share your Yelp profile and reviews with your recipients. Your email messages will get automatic updates on your latest activity.
13 New Social Icons
These new social icons help you promote your blog, online portfolio, business profile, personal profile, as well as share stuff such as music, photos, infographics, movie reviews and more. They include Viadeo, Spotify, Soundcloud, IMDB, Scribd, Behance, Posterous, klout, 500px, Visually, vkontakte, AngelList.
If you still haven’t given WiseStamp a try, you can download it here.
For more information on WiseStamp check out these resources.
Create Signatures with Social Media Buttons using WiseStamp
Add Your Google Plus Profile and Facebook Fan Page Icons in Your Gmail Signature
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