How to add a Facebook Like button to your email signature
If you've visited the Facebook Developer Page and looked at the Facebook Like button generator, you will notice a couple of things.
However, there is a workaround. If you want to put a Facebook Like button in your email signature, here's how to do it.
Add a Facebook Like button to like your Facebook Page in your email signature
To ask users to like your Facebook Page, add the following link and replace "emailsignaturerescue" with your Facebook page name.
Using the above link will send people who click on your email link in your email signature to a page to “Like” your Facebook page, or whatever URL you put after href=. In this case, I have put the Email Signature Rescue Facebook Page.
Add a Facebook Like button to like your Website in your email signature
If however, I wanted to put a link to “Like” our website instead, I would put the full URL to my website after the href=, like this:
Try it now with either of the above links by copying and pasting the link directly into your browser’s address bar and press enter.
Your users do have to really commit to liking your page and essentially press Like twice, once in your email signature, and then again on the page that comes up.
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