Monday, April 25, 2011 : Shows your latest tweets inside your email.

Email signatures allow you to passively offer your contact information, website and social profiles to anyone you communicate with via email. A Canadian-based startup has developed a Twitter tool called TwitFooter that displays tweets in the footer of your email signatures.

TwitFooter is a free web service that will allow you to add the latest tweets in your email signature. That means everytime you post new tweets, your Twitter status will automatically be updated in your email, even the ones already sent! TwitFooter does not use any javascript to update your tweets but instead generates a small image representing your last update.

What you have to do is to copy paste the code in you email signature. Go to the link given at the end of this post. Login with your twitter account. Allow the access to your account. Choose the option Copy (do not manually copy the code, sometimes it might not work) and then paste it in the signature.

If you’re a blogger or content creator this tool could be useful because TwitFooter will post your latest articles (through tweets) within every email you create. It also features statistics that track inbound clicks from emails. TwitFooter is a free tool that supports Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook Express, Windows Mail and Outlook 2003 & 2007.

Visit TwitFooter Here 

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