Get Attention By Adding That Finishing Touch

Have you ever wanted to add that ‘finishing touch’ to an article, email or product?

Have you ever wanted people to look at something you made and think, “That’s pretty cool… How’d they do that?”

Imagine if taking a few extra seconds could help you to stand out from other internet marketers…

Well, you can.

One simple way to stand out from the crowd is by having that professional touch that also personalizes things at the same time… a ‘handwritten’ signature graphic.

Artists have been signing their paintings since the dawn of time. Who says the electronic format needs to lose that personal touch? You can choose a casual font or go for something more formal but either way a signature stands out and feels a little bit more personal.

So how do you get started?

Well, you could sign a piece of paper, scan it, fiddle with feathering and edit out your background… but that’s a nuisance and puts your signature online for all to see. Can you say “security risk”?

Here’s a better way.

Step 1: Go to www.mylivesignature.com . The site has been around for years and allows for lots of customization as you create your ‘signature’ or text.

You do have to disable ad-blocking for the site but the ads are not obtrustive and hey, they’ve got to pay the bills somehow, right?

Step 2: In the middle-right of the page click the big golden button that says “Signature >>> Start Now! <<<”.

Step 3: Next, select “Create using our step-by-step wizard” and you will be guided through a few steps to enter text, font, size and tilt.

Step 4: Finished! You can download your “hand-written” graphic by clicking the link or by right-clicking on the graphic and selecting “save image as…”. By scrolling down you can also find an animated GIF that spells out the text one letter at a time which can be saved in the same way.

Everybody knows that graphics catch the eye and add to your content. A signature graphic is no exception. You can even use any text you want to make quotes pop, for headings, etc. I had wondered how to easily add a ‘signature’ before and now that I’ve found this site I know… And now you do too.

11 Comments

  • Mandy Allen

    Reply Reply April 26, 2017

    Great share, Daniel. I used this site years ago when I first started online and used my ‘creation’ a lot. It’s really simple to use, isn’t it.

    Enjoy the journey!

    • danielhanscom

      Reply Reply April 26, 2017

      Yeah, Mandy. Simple to use and no opt-in, registration, membership, etc. I was pretty pleased.

  • carl melton

    Reply Reply April 30, 2017

    Thanks Daniel.
    It didn’t occur to me that amything like this existed.
    Much better than a ‘standard’ font, and from reading your post to creating a signature (including a quick scan of 100+ available fonts), took around 5 minutes.

    I a little shocked at just how easy it was.

    Thanks again.

    • danielhanscom

      Reply Reply April 30, 2017

      Glad you found it helpful, Carl.

      So quick and easy to add a nice finishing touch… 🙂

  • Rich Jablonski

    Reply Reply May 15, 2017

    Thanks for the idea and URL, Daniel.

    I haven’t thought about using a site like that to create a signature to use at the end of my posts.

    I may just do it.

    Thanks again, Rich

    • danielhanscom

      Reply Reply May 15, 2017

      Glad to hear that it was useful, Rich. I like the personal touch that it adds.

  • Larry Ford

    Reply Reply May 18, 2017

    This is a great little tip, Daniel. I’m new to this game, and this looks like a little icing on the cake to what I’ve been learning. Thanks!

    • danielhanscom

      Reply Reply May 18, 2017

      Glad you liked it, Larry. After all, who doesn’t like icing?

  • David Bratby

    Reply Reply June 22, 2017

    Hi Dan, thank for the how-to on this I am definitely going to check it out. Never used it before but it does look great at the end of a post.

    • danielhanscom

      Reply Reply June 23, 2017

      It does spruce things up, David. Glad you liked it. I just found it looked more… human.

      • David

        Reply Reply July 10, 2017

        Yep totally agree. Clever little touch.

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