I’ve decided to go with this for now:
-- Alex King Personal Business FeedLounge https://alexking.org http://kingdesign.net http://feedlounge.com
It is 66 characters long so wrapping isn’t a problem for a while. I’m not wild about how it breaks up the e-mail, but I’m going to live with it for a week before going “tall”.
The biggest problem with signatures that rely on horizontal formatting is proportional fonts. It might look great when monospaced but when someone with Outlook opens it the spaces will be a lot smaller.
Tall might be the way to go. Besides, it’s only an extra line. Or, you could go the route I took and decide you don’t care. 🙂
I was just about to post to your first one about this and figured you probably already had a follow-up. My question on this one is, why do you have FeedLounge listed separately? I doublechecked King Design to be sure, but FeedLounge is prominantly featured there.
It would seem to me that you could really tidy up the sig by simply listing your personal and business sites.
When people send an e-mail to FeedLounge for whatever reason, they expect a “FeedLounge” reply – not a “King Design” reply.
We get occasional confusion from our Use Tasks customers due to the billing being done by “Austin Web Development” (despite the fact it explains this on the web site, in the e-mail, etc.).
FeedLounge is a separate incorporated entity, and I recently added it to the King Design site (thought I’m not really sure it belongs there). Besides, part of the purpose behind the change was to do some “marketing” with the signature.