Would you like to get more people Tweeting out your posts? Of course you would! Look no further than Click to Tweet.
Click to Tweet is an awesome and inexpensive way to drive views to your blog and activity to your Twitter account. It enables you to place clickable links within your blog posts. When a reader clicks on the link, it auto-generates a Tweet out of a message you hand-select. Your customized message gets broadcasted to the reader’s Twitter followers and directs them back to your blog.
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Why use Click to Tweet?
1) The number of readers Tweeting your post will increase. I have noticed a 40%-150% uptick in Tweet outs of my posts.
2) Unlike other complex social plugins, Click to Tweet is easy to use! You can learn Click to Tweet in a matter of minutes, and be on your way to getting more Tweet outs of your posts.
3) Certain social media strategies can be time-consuming, and ROI takes a lot of time spent before it is achieved. Click to Tweet requires little effort.
Queue up some quotable text from your post and set it up for Twitter success with a call to action at the end of your post like this:
“Use click to tweet to drive engagement to your blog. Learn how here! By @SocialMktgSltns #TweetIt” (ClickToTweet)
This simple yet useful tool will help you get more engagement on your blogs and attract more readers via Twitter. Give it a try! Please do engage in conversation below about Click to Tweet, Twitter apps, blogging, or anything else that came to mind as you were reading my post.
To begin using Click to Tweet and getting more Tweet outs of your blogs go here.
About the Author: John White is the Chief Marketing Officer atSocial Marketing Solutions, the LinkedIn group owner of Publishers and Bloggers, MBA candidate, and contributor to Dice Tech News, Linked Into Business, and more.
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