I use it all the time on my newsletter to make it easy for readers to share a “Tweetable“. I create a pre-written tweet, put it into the top of the box at Click to Tweet. When you click Generate Link, a link will appear below. I copy the link and use it as the link for the Tweet copy on my newsletter. It also works anywhere you can add text with a link.
Share the Tweetable below to see how it works.
@judiknight uses Click to Tweet to help people share specific messages from her newsletter. http://clicktotweet.
Now go create your own Tweetable at Click to Tweet.
I just found out about another way to make it easy for people to share your quotes from your WordPress site Twitter.
My friend Sayed at WP Beginners wrote a post this week about a WordPress plugin called RealTidBits Push Quote [pullquote position=”right”] The RealTidBits Push Quote plugin lets you help your readers to easily share your quotes to Twitter with the push of a button.[/pullquote]. This method does not work on MailChimp because it’s a WordPRess plugin.
I couldn’t wait to give it a try. I uploaded the plugin to my site, wrote this post and highlighted the text that I wanted to be quoted and shared and then clicked the little WYSIWYG icon for the PushQuote plugin. It surrounded the text with some html shortcode and then I kept on writing.
You can see how my text is still in the paragraph but it pulled the Quotable out and put it to the right. When I selected the quote icon it asked me whether I wanted it on the left or the right. Very easy. I would love for you to give it a try and to share it on either Twitter!
Now why don’t you try it on your site?