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Click to Tweet

Contributor(s): Matthew Haughn

Click to Tweet is a website that automatically generates links for users to share content through their own Twitter accounts.

Click to Tweet is used to prepare messages for timely sending at critical moments. It is intended for call-to-action (CTA) posts. The links can be shared to make it simple for followers to reshare content, thereby boosting the original tweet’s visibility and driving traffic to blogs or websites. Apart from the website, Click to Tweet is available in a plug-in for WordPress.

After logging into the website, users can enter content into the field, submit and get a link with integrated statistics tracking and prompts to share. The process of retweeting is also simplified, as it doesn't require users to learn code to embed in their content. By prompting users and making the processes easier, Click to Tweet has been shown to boost shares and traffic.

An example of a Click to Tweet message:

#CyberResilience is increasingly a must for company executives. @IBM’s Andrea Sayles details the latest threats, as well as best practices for how to be prepared for attacks. #BusinessContinuity @DataBackupTT http://bit.ly/2F52Ykw (Click to Tweet)

The basic plan for Click to Tweet allows up to five CTA links a month for free. For users looking to make more CTA posts, there is a low-cost plan that allows for unlimited tweets by the month or as a discounted yearly rate package.

This was last updated in December 2018

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