Email  sign off’s

Your email sign-off is just as important as your subject line. Your sign-off can have a huge impact on your subscribers. This is how you wrap up your email, blog, or newsletter, or just before ending the message.

I’m surprised at how many emails I read that don’t have a sign-off. This is a great opportunity to establish, connect, and build the know like and trust factor.

Emails are the most effective way to communicate directly with your customer on a personal level. If you don’t have an email provider to collect emails from your customers, you are missing the boat. I use Mailerlite.

I thought I would give you some examples of my email sign-offs to help you out.

Related Post: Subject Lines That Get Your Emails Opened

Here are three reasons why email sign-offs are more important

They can easily connect with you: It makes you accessible and easy for them to contact you.

They are more likely to take action: Ending your newsletter or blog with a CTA (call to action) increases conversion.

They feel a personal touch: when adding a name and face to your newsletter or blog, it builds a connection.

Your signature sign-off is the last thing that sticks in their mind, so make it count!

Things to include in your sign-off

  • Your contact information
  • Links to your social media platforms
  • Your name: signature
  • A picture of yourself
  • A logo
  • A sign-off ending: Enjoy your day!

They are 3 things to keep in mind when writing your sign-off

Make it Personal

When ending your email, think about how you can give it a warm touch and authentically be yourself.

Use your brand voice

What I mean by that is, your brand voice is the way you speak to your audience. Think about what kind of tone you want to create. Be your authentic self. It should resonate with your audience.

1: Share your name and a profile picture

It helps when people can match a name and a face to the email they’re reading.

Adding your photo helps you to stand out from your competitors. It will also help people to recognize you from your social media platforms if you use the same picture or similar ones.

EXAMPLE

You’re going to be amazed at what you can do.

Let’s get started building your creative business.

I believe in you.

Your business coach & biggest cheerleader

2: Handwritten sign-off

By adding a handwritten signature to your email, you are adding a personal touch.

TIP: To add your handwritten signature, write it out on a piece of white paper. Scan or photograph it, save it in a png or jpg, and insert it into the body of your email.

You can also send it to FIVERR and have a graphic artist create it for you and send you the extension files and transparency so you can add it easily to your newsletters.

EXAMPLE

Blessing.

3:  Contact information

If you want to have a higher response rate from your subscribers, then you need to make it super easy for them to follow up with you.

Add your phone number, email address.

EXAMPLE

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Here’s how you can contact me.

[email protected] or (561) 316-8393

I look forward to hearing from you

4: Add a P.S. line after your sign-off

That little P.S. line will actually pique their curiosity

Inserting a P.S. line after your sign-off is your last chance to share important links and information—and a lot of your subscribers will be sure to check it out.

EXAMPLE

P.S. Did you know I have a FREE Facebook group, “Ask Cheryl Phan” for creative women just like you. Be part of a community of like-minded women. Learn business tips and share your latest DIY projects.

Hope to see you there!

5: Use a CTA (Call to action)

Your sign-off is also your last chance to get your subscribers to convert before they leave the email or blog.

Your CTA could be a link to download a worksheet, signup form, or a freebie.

EXAMPLE

Are you ready to turn your passion into a paycheck? Thousands of women are making money, turning their hobby into a business, and you can too. Get the details HERE and see how they’re doing it.

Make today the day you change your life

6: Be unique

Stand out, be different, be unique.

It’s OK to think outside the box and try new things. It makes you more memorable. Just remember that you stay on brand with your brand and audience.

EXAMPLE

Email Sign off examples

Phew! Now I need a lie-down

7: Thank YOU

Just a simple thank you makes all the difference.

Emails that end with some form of “thank you” receive a much higher response.

Email sign-offs to grow your audience

76 email Sign-Offs you can use

Here are 76 sign-offs you can tailor to your audience. The sky’s the limit!

Have some fun and make up some of your own or just use these.

Professional email sign-offs

  1. Best wishes
  2. Best regards
  3. Blessings
  4. Yours truly
  5. Cordially
  6. I look forward to hearing from you soon
  7. Kind regards
  8. Hope this is helpful
  9. All the best
  10. With gratitude
  11. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out
  12. Thanks in advance
  13. Warm regards

Inspirational email sign-offs

  1. Keep shining!
  2. You’re doing an amazing job
  3. Quit starting and start finishing!
  4. Let’s get you to the next-next level
  5. It’s time to crush your goals
  6. When you feel like quitting, think about why you started
  7. Today is your day
  8. Make today the day you change your life
  9. Remember to be kind to yourself
  10. Every day is a blank page, waiting for you to write the story
  11. This is your time
  12. Do something today that your future self will thank you for
  13. The best views always come after the hardest climbs

Creative email sign-offs

  1. Over and out
  2. 3… 2… 1… BLAST-OFF!
  3. I’ll circle back to you very soon
  4. Get ready for the best webinar of your life
  5. The countdown begins
  6. Carpe diem
  7. Life is too short to be normal. Embrace weird.
  8. Go get ‘em, tiger
  9. May your days be filled with cake and joy
  10. Until next time
  11. Happy everything
  12. See ya on the inside

Fun email sign-offs

  1. Keep shakin’ those tail feathers
  2. Until I re-emerge from under my rock
  3. With love from your distant pen pal
  4. Now, where’s my coffee?
  5. Sending all the happy, gooey vibes your way
  6. Phew! Now I need a lie-down
  7. If you need me, I’ll be at the beach sipping a martini
  8. May the force be with you
  9. *cue happy dance*
  10. Call me crazy if you want
  11. Digitally yours
  12. If you noticed any typos, it was our intern

Personal email sign-offs

  1. Enjoy the rest of your day
  2. Thanks for tuning in {$name}
  3. Catch ya next time!
  4. Hope you have a great day
  5. Thank you for following our journey
  6. Have fun!
  7. Until next week
  8. And that’s a wrap, folks!
  9. I owe you [a beer/ a cookie/ a coffee etc.]
  10. My best to you
  11. XOXO
  12. Take care, {$name}
  13. {$name}, you’re a lifesaver
  14. I’m happy to help

Unique email sign-offs

  1. Your favorite [blogger/ artist/ writer etc.
  2. May the odds be ever in your favor
  3. Hang in there; it’s almost Friday
  4. Sayonara
  5. To infinity… AND BEYOND!
  6. Live long and prosper
  7. In a while crocodile
  8. Now it’s time to rock n’ roll
  9. [Name] you’re the bomb.com
  10. Farewell, until we meet again
  11. Later, alligator
  12. I’ll stop there because my [email protected] just jumPed 0nto My k#yboarddd

Just remember…

  • Target audience: Make sure your tone is relevant to your audience
  • Design: Keep the sign-off colors and styles consistent with your brand
  • Inspire action: Add your contact information, a CTA, and/or a P.S. so people can correspond with you
  • Personalize: Use photos and signatures to add a personal touch and stand out
  • Be unique: Don’t be afraid to try something different.

Hope this was helpful

How to Use Email Sign-Offs to connect with Your Readers