In cold emailing, the signature has two uses:
- This one allows to give a maximum of information about oneself to the interlocutor; this reassures them that you are indeed real and not some scammer.
- The other function is for algorithms searching through signatures in order to verify legitimacy by looking at how much contact info we're giving out.
It's important to remember that your email signature isn't just a line of text.
It is the first impression you make on every person who emails or contacts you, and it's vital for building credibility in business matters. You can also add the following data:
- Your first and last name.
- Your job title.
- Your company name.
- Your telephone number.