How to Add a Twitter Button or Icon to Your Email Signature

Overview

By adding a Twitter icon to your email signature, you are hoping to attract more followers. The best type of social media followers are the ones that you are regularly in contact with, such as your customers. That's why it is a good idea to add a Twitter social icon to your email signature. Twitter can be a great platform to communicate with your followers. Twitter is also rated as one of the most important and effective social media platforms for businesses. Subtly advertising your products on Twitter is a great way to get customer feedback.

The 3 most common social icons for businesses are Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. This is because all 3 of these platforms have their advantages for businesses looking to engage with their customers. Check out the free Twitter social icons pack we have compiled below and feel free to download it.

Add a Twitter Icon the Easy Way

  1. Create a free email signature using Gimmio.
  2. Go to the Details tab and fill in your social media profile URL's for any of the social platforms that you use. For example, in the Facebook section, put in your Facebook profile URL like "https://www.facebook.com/gimmioapp". This is the address that your social icon will link to when someone clicks on it in your email signature.
  3. Select the color and style of the social icons that you want to use.
  4. Install your email signature in your email client.
ZippySig Social Icon Details
ZippySig Social Media Icons

Add a Twitter Icon Manually

If you want to learn how to add social media icons to your email signature manually by editing the HTML code, you can have a look at our guide here.

Twitter Social Icons for Email Signatures

ZippySig Social Icons Twitter

Download Twitter Social Media Icons Pack

We have prepared a social media icons pack for Twitter that you can download for free and use for your email signature. Our free social icons pack includes many different styles and colors so you can pick what works best for your company.

Difficulty: Hard

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