Click-to-Tweet is a tool that is not only simple but elegant that allows you to encourage others to tweet your content; this method is a great way to increase traffic to your website or blog.
All you need is a Twitter account to use the app and plugin, which is absolutely free. It offers the opportunity to add text to any blog post or website which is clickable.
You can use Click-To-Tweet freely for the first five tweet blocks; after that, you’ll need to subscribe to a premium account.
In this article, I will guide you on how to use Click to Tweet.
How to Craft a Text Click-to-Tweet CTA
Many people might find your content interesting and are willing to share it. Sharing something on Twitter requires a few steps, in that case, Click to Tweet eliminates these procedures and makes it simple for users to share information; here’s how you can do it:
1) Navigate to Click to Tweet
You can navigate the tool on clicktotweet.com, where you must log in. You can even log in through your Twitter login id.
2) Craft Tweet
Then, type your tweet with all the necessary information you want your readers to know.
(Remember: When a link is pasted into a tweet on Twitter, it shortens the link to 23 characters.
Click to Tweet lacks this feature; therefore, before pasting your URL into the Click to Tweet share box, you’ll need to shorten it using bitly or some other tool.)
3) Hyperlink Text
To build a personalized link, tap on the “Generate Link” button once your content is complete. Then, from the “Here’s your URL” section, copy the produced link and use it to hyperlink the text that you would like to share.
How to Craft a Button Click-to-Tweet CTA
1) Create Custom Button
You’ll need to use an image and/or button to create a custom button. If you don’t get an idea to design or make one, you can always search on google for tools that will help you.
2) Craft Tweet
Go to clicktotweet.com, where you have to write a tweet, or you can follow the above-mentioned steps in “How to Craft a Text Click-to-Tweet CTA”.
3) Hyperlink Button
To build a custom link, tap on the “Generate Link” button and copy the produced link from the “Here’s your URL” section.
Instead of using a hyperlinked text, simply insert your social media icon into your blog post, and link to it with the Click to Tweet link.
Example Use Cases of Click-to-Tweet CTAs
Using the click-to-tweet CTAs has proven to be really useful in marketing. Following are some examples of use cases to get you started:
1) Tweet CTAs in Blog Posts
While providing quotations, and statistics in a blog post, having a click-to-tweet CTA might increase the piece’s shareability. This could result in maximum viewership of your article.
2) Tweet CTAs in Emails
This click-to-tweet notion was recently tested in emails by an email marketer called it “lazy tweets.” It witnessed a large increase in tweets about the offer the email promoted after incorporating a click-to-tweet button in the email.
3) Tweet CTAs in Ebooks
If you’re creating an ebook, or any other document/PDF, you must include tweet CTAs.
Click to Tweet Alternative?
The following are some of the best alternatives to Click-to tweet :
- Social Maki
How to Add Click to Tweet in Your WordPress Posts?
Following is how you can add click-to tweet in your WordPress posts:
- Click to Tweet is a free WordPress plugin that allows you to include tweetable quote boxes.
- Create tweetable links and embed them in your content with ClicktoTweet.
- Add Click to Tweet buttons to your posts and pages.
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