The anatomy of an email is like a good book. The front cover (subject line) should give you some idea of what the book is about, but shouldn't be a chapter in itself. Concise and descriptive. The back cover (email signature) should tell you a little about the author and how you can find out more about him if you choose.
Problem is, most people take the email signature as free reign to regurgitate all the places they can be found on the internet, in person, via fax and by phone. While the signature should provide an easy way to contact the sender, a signature like this is inexcusable:Read More