Is there a way to add a Follow Us on Facebook button to my email signature that links to my Facebook page?

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A link to your page is different than a follow us button, but both are HTML and you should be able to add it. Do you use Webmail?
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Yes. You showed me awhile back the HTML to add a logo image to the signature, but now I have been asked to add a Facebook link. I think they want email readers to be able to click on it to go to the FB page, but maybe there is a better way with a Like Us button? This is for joe@tableworks.com
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You can get the HTML for a like button or follow us button from Facebook. If you just want a link to your Facebook page, then you can create an HTML link to the URL. You have to decide what you want, just remember that the more stuff you put in your email signature, the more possibility of getting marked as spam exists. A very large email signature can become annoying in emails that are often replied to a number of times. In this case you may want 2 signatures. One for new emails and one for replies. In Webmail you would need to do this manually. A program like Outlook allows you to automatically apply the correct signature.
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OK, that helps. Thanks!

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