The 17 Email Signature DOS And DON’Ts – Part 9

At Exclaimer, we see a lot of email signatures. We see what a lot of companies get right and what they get wrong.

DO use inline CSS
A lot of standard W3Schools-approved tags won’t work with the programs we use to read email. Get around this by using Inline CSS.

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