It's Never Too Late For Spooky Sigs
We love Halloween here at Opensense. And nothing says Halloween more than a spooky email signature and killer banner.
While you may not be able to trick-or-treat or crash that costume party, you can still curl up on the couch with your weighted blanket, a bag of Reece's cups, and your top scary flick. And when you take that much-needed break from all that Halloween fun, check out this blog to get inspired by your scary childhood favorites and our take on their scream-worthy signatures.
Betelgeuse "AKA Beetlejuice"
It's the only other person that wants you to say their name as bad as Destiny's child themselves. Just don't make the mistake of it. This strange cult classic tells the story of evil bio-exorcist ( & other things) Betelgeuse, who tries to murder the family he's hired to spook. Talk about going above and beyond the call of duty. If he were a modern-day sales pro, he'd find a wicked way to slide into your inbox and get you to book that meeting with him. Just proceed with caution.
This Tim Burton classic is one part Beauty and the Beast and two parts Frankenstein. I think we can also agree that it’s one of the more tragic Halloween tales out there. Misunderstood and feared by all who first see him, Edward is forced to live his lonely life hiding away in his dreary mansion. With the best tragic tales, there’s a small light creeping through from the end of that dark tunnel. His unending search for empathy beautifully compensates for his lack of touch.
I’d bet a full-sized Twix, if Edward lived in 2020, he’d likely have a blog about it on Vice and here’s the sharp email ad banner that he’d be sportin’.
Have you had an identity crisis before? Felt like a record on repeat ? or maybe you yearn for something different in your life? The King of Halloween Town himself, Mr. Jack Skellington, can tell you all about his experience of how this once-spooky holiday turns stale, "it’s just like last year and the year before that and the year before that." We hear you, Jack. Taking things into his own hands, he convinces the gremlins, ghouls, and goblins to swap candy corn for candy canes, replace Rudolf the Reindeer with a terrifying rein-bot, and steal Santa Clause. You can imagine things didn't go as planned. Instead of embodying the spirit of Christmas, he almost kills it for good.
What's This? What's This? Well - isn't it obvious? It's an email ad banner for Jack's upcoming webinar, and it's scary good.