Powerful Ways To End Emails and Blog Posts

Do you often end an email with the same phrase? How about your blog conclusion headlines?

What if you had over 100 powerful email ending formulas at hand?

Here is what I will provide you in this article:

  • powerful ways to end emails
  • blog conclusion headline examples
  • tips for email/blog power users


Let’s start with the email closing formulas.


132 Ways to End Emails


How to end an email? You can end emails in many ways. Depending on the context, you need to adjust the email ending phrase.

I collected the following email closings from websites I visited. I merged and sorted them in alphabetic order.

Use the ones that suit you best.[/two_third_first][one_third_last]end emails[/one_third_last]


[one_third_first]All best wishes
All the best
Be well, do good deeds, and keep in touch
Best Regards
Best desires for your future
Best wishes
Best wishes for your future
Bye for now
Confusion to your enemies
Copyright 2016
Cordially yours
Drop me a line if I can do anything else for you.
Enjoy your weekend
Faithfully yours
Fare thee well
Farewell for now
Fond regards
Forever yours
Good job
Good luck
Goodbye and good luck
Gotta boogie
Have a good one
Have a great day
Have fun
Health & Happiness
Hope all is well
Hope this helps
Hope to hear from ya soon
I hope the above is useful to you.
I hope to receive news from you shortly
I look forward to hearing from you shortly
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
I look forward to seeing you soon.
I really appreciate the help / time / assistance / support you’ve given me.[/one_third_first][one_third]I thank you for your time
I would appreciate your immediate attention to this matter.
In anticipation of your valued response
In appreciation
In my humble but accurate opinion
I’m looking forward to your reply.
Keep up the good work
Kind regards
Kind thanks
Later Vader!
Later alligator
Let me know if you need anything else
Live long and prosper
Looking forward to seeing you again
Looking forward to your reply
Many thanks
May the Force be with you
More later
More shortly
Most sincerely
Onward and upward
Over and out
Please advise as necessary.
Please contact me if there are any problems.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Respectfully yours
Rock on
See ya
Sincerely yours
Smell ya later
Stay tuned
Take care
Take good care
Take it easy
Talk to you later
Thank you
Thank you for your consideration
Thank you for your help. / time / assistance / support[/one_third][one_third_last]Thank you for your kindness and consideration
Thank you for your quick response
Thank you for your recommendation
Thank you for your time and consideration
Thanks for your help
The end
Thinking the best for you
This message will self-destruct
Till we meet again
Until next time
Until we meet again
Very truly yours
Vive la revolution!
Waiting for you
Warm regards
Warm wishes
Warmest Regards
Warmest greetings to all
Wishing you a safe journey
Wishing you all the best of everything
Wishing you continued success
Wishing you the best
With all best wishes
With all good wishes
With appreciation
With confidence
With gratitude
With many thanks
With sincere thanks
You don’t need to see my credentials
Your friend
Yours always
Yours faithfully
Yours most sincerely
Yours regardless
Yours respectfully
Yours sincerely
Yours truly
Yours ’til the cat meows[/one_third_last]



I selected the above email closing formulas from the following sites:


Adding these closing phrases will help improving your emails.

Your blog conclusion headlines need to vary from one post to another. This is what our next section covers.


24 Blog Conclusion Headlines

[one_third_first]end emails[/one_third_first][two_third_last]


When comes time to write a blog conclusion headline, you can call it Conclusion. But it’s pleasing to have variations.

Every week, I sift through hundreds of blog posts and I gathered cool blog conclusion headlines from them. Here is the list:[/two_third_last]


  • A Final Note on XYZ
  • Closing Thoughts
  • Conclusion
  • Final Thought about XYZ
  • Final Thoughts
  • Final Word
  • In Conclusion
  • In Summary
  • It’s Your Call
  • Key Takeaways
  • Now It’s Your Turn
  • Over to you
  • Putting It All Together
  • So What Are You Waiting For?
  • Success on XYZ in 5 Steps
  • Summary
  • That’s it?
  • The Final Word
  • To Sum Up
  • Wrap
  • Wrap Up
  • Wrapping it up
  • XYZ Wrap Up
  • Your Turn


Writing a nice conclusion headline is a good start.

If you need ideas about how to write a great conclusion, I suggest the following articles:


Tips for Power Users

As a power user, you need to refer to the above email/blog conclusions often.

What if you could type a few keystrokes and get a display of your best email ending snippets?

You may have heard of text expansion software. By typing an abbreviation, it will expand a piece of writing.

The tool I’ve been using for years is Typinator by Ergonis.

A benefit of Typinator is its interactive forms. It enables you to create customized boilerplate text while you expand an abbreviation.

In the following example, I use three abbreviations:

  1. An interactive form with a multiple choice of email closings (I typed: ,ii)
  2. My name signature (I typed: ,sw)
  3. My website address (I typed: ,ww)


Here it is in action:

end emails


You can use Typinator to fulfill other needs too.

For instance, you can store your Instagram hash tags and recall them with a few keystrokes.

You can try Typinator for free. It works on MacOs. In case you are running Windows, you can use Breevy.


Final Thoughts

Most people write and reply to emails several times a day. A good supply of email ending formulas will spice up your emails.

Ending blog posts with various headlines is also a good approach.

Make sure you have these tips handy. Use them in your emails and in your blog conclusions.

Lastly, use a text expansion software to speed up the whole process.


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23 thoughts on “Powerful Ways To End Emails and Blog Posts”

  1. Steve,

    I found your post via BizSugar.

    I have heard about the program, Text Expander, but I have never looked into it more. Thanks for giving us a short introduction to it. I like this ending the best:

    All the Best,


    • Hello Martin,

      I’m glad you found something useful in my article. Yeah, BizSugar has loads of good articles. TextExpander is a real time saver for me.

      Take care.

  2. Hey Steve,

    This post came at the right time. I definitely end my email broadcasts the same exact way. I bet if I switch things up more it would make my readers more interested.

    Off to share!

    • Hi Ayodeji,
      I know what you mean. Email broadcasts are ‘templates’ and they are static.
      Using various emails endings will definitely help your message look more unique.

      I’m glad you enjoyed my article and thanks for sharing it!

  3. Hey Steve,

    This post came at the right time. I definitely end my email broadcasts the same exact way. I bet if I switch things up more it would make my readers more interested.

    Off to share!

    • Hi Mike, I’m glad it helps. I use this list every time I post an artilce or send an email … just to make sure I don’t repeat myself 😉

      Thanks for the share!


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