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.