How To Create The Right Signature
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The difficulty with the signature is that you have got to be careful about how you use it – if you try and include too many words in it your signature will be edited or worse still your article will be flat out rejected!
Really what you’re aiming for with your article signature is three or four words to describe yourself. Here are some real-life examples:
Example No. 1
This is a nice use of an article signature – it includes the guy’s email address, states copyright, his company name and has a link through to his website. Remember – this is all in addition to the Biog Box that we’ll look at shortly. The above signature is a little too long to be accepted everywhere though – the shorter you can keep it, the better.
Example No. 2
You might recognise this one! I kept it short and sweet. Although I was tempted to include a web address I wanted to be careful and ensure that the article gets accepted as many places as possible so I kept the signature very short. If you’ve written a book, a report or a white paper or created a product of any kind it can be a great way to add credibility by including reference to it in your article signature.
Example No. 3
This would be a great example of a Biog Box but unfortunately it’s actually an article signature. I’m surprised the website accepted it as it’s so long – this one site accepted his article but I know of many others that would have turned it down or edited it with such a long signature. If it were me I would have just gone with:
“Hugh Gallegos, President of MDNationwide.org”
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