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Spice up your veterinary email subject lines - add emojis!

Posted in Management @ Jun 22nd 2017 - By Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
Emojis For Your Email Subject Line

Have you ever looked at some of the email subject lines in your inbox and wondered how those cute emoji's got there?

Or maybe that's just me..... 

Anway if you'd like your email subject line to stand out from all the others, adding in some appropriate emojis can make a big difference..

Step1: Open this 'Full Emoji List' website 

Click here:

This website takes quite a while to download as it contains hundreds of emojis - keep scrolling down to find the animals.

Using your mouse, highlight the emoji image from the column headed 'Browser' that you want and copy it.

Step 2: Open 'Cylog software' website

Click here:

Paste your copied emoji image in the box titled: UTF-8 input, and press the 'Submit' button

Once you've clicked on 'Submit' you'll see the code in the 'Output string for mail headers' box

Copy the code and paste it into the subject line of the email you're sending out.

If you want to repeat the image just keep pasting it in the number of times you want. If you want a string of images, just follow the steps above for each image you want to include.

Step 3: TEST

Always send at least one test email to yourself to see how it looks when received.

Step 4: Send your email!

It may be a relatively simple little addition when emailing clients but choosing an appropriate emoji can make your email a little more enticing and help it to stand out from the others. You don't need to use them every time and you don't need to go crazy with them but they can add a nice touch.

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