What’s so good about tweetable links and tweetable quotes?
The answer is simple: They bring you more traffic from Twitter.
If you have a sentence, quote or a sound bite that you think people would love to share, you must make sharing super easy for them.
People are usually lazy, and after they’ve read your awesome post they will not take the time to open up Twitter and paste in the quote to share it. And sure thing, nobody will bother to add your handle and a link to your blog post before tweeting.
I’m sure you have noticed a lot of blogs, using tweetable links and quotes, embedded in their content. By clicking these links you can instantly tweet specific quotes and sound bites alone from the whole post.
Every tweet like this has a link to the post itself, which naturally brings you more traffic from Twitter.
I’m going to show you how to create a tweetable link and a tweetable quote inside your content.
There are several ways; it’s up to you to choose what is best for you.