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5 Tips To Make You Stand Out

We send more emails today than we ever have before. And if you’re not already using your email to build your personal brand, then I’ve got a few tips for you to build better connections through your email signature.



I don’t know about you, but for many years, I didn’t really think of my email signature, as being part of my personal branding. It was just the usual;

Best Regards

Niels Reib

and then my address and phone number.

That’s changed now…

To make my email signature stand out more, I’ve personalized it and added a lot more details to it, than I used to have.

1. Social Profiles

One thing your email signature should do for you is to make it really easy for the recipient to get in touch with you and connect. Here I’m not only thinking about having your phone number in there, but have a link to your LinkedIn profile and other social media profiles if it’s relevant.

2. Your Strengths

List your top strengths in your signature, and let the recipient know what you’re great at. This will help the people you correspond with, to get an idea of what you bring to the table and what it is you’re all about.

3. Your Passions

To get a little better knowledge of what you’re all about, try to list the things you’re most passionate about within your field.

4. Your Value Proposition

It would be really awesome to write your personal Value Proposition in you email signature as well. Having your Value Proposition in you email signature will clearly communicate what you do and the value you bring to the table. This should spark the interest of the recipient, and want them to get to know more about you.

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5. Show Your Best Smile

This is something I think way too few people do. To really personalize your emails, you should show your best smile to the recipients. There’s no better way to connect with the people than to give them a face to go with the message they’ve just read.

To give you some inspiration, you can take a look at my email signature, that have some of the above elements included.


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I know you’ve got things to do, so thank you for taking the time to read this. Now, please let me know your thoughts.


How are you using your email signature to brand your career?

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