Make Your Blog More Shareable with Tweetable Content

Want to increase blog traffic through social sharing, but nobody seems to click that Twitter sharing button? You’ve come to the right place.

What is a Tweetable Content?

Tweetable content can be quotes, facts or other interesting information in your blog which your readers can tweet directly by clicking on a link. Here’s an example:

84% of journalists in APAC agreed that press releases should be kept within 500 words [tweet this]

This is a powerful way to make your blog more social because it has a clear call-to-action and points directly to the most tweetworthy parts of your blog or website.

How to Create Tweetable Content

Step 1. Use below code:

Step 2. Add your customized Twitter text
  • Use “+” to separate each word
  • Use “%23” to create the hashtag sign (#)
  • Use “%2b” to create the ‘at’ sign (@)
  • Punctuation signs usually work. But if a particular sign doesn’t work, use a text-to-hex converter to get its character code.

Step 3. Add your landing page URL

Step 4. Hyperlink the code to your tweetable content


Faster, Simpler, Easier! A One-Step Approach: Go to Click to Tweet. Write your custom Twitter text and generate the URL which you can hyperlink directly on your blog. However, if you’re running a professional website and prefer not to rely on third-party services (as services like this sometimes get closed and the URL link becomes broken), it’s safer to stick with the four-step approach.

If you find this guideline useful, please tweet it. =) Feel free to drop a comment below or chat me up on @ADarwitan if you have any question.


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