May 8, 2013

Call-To-Action, how to make it even better!
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Do you use a CTA, or a Call-To-Action? If you don’t you should really think about using them to get your customers to act on something you are promoting. If you are using them, and you are not finding them to be effective, then this article is a great way to boost what you are already using.

Vertical Response and Social Media Examiner came up with a few tips for creating a successful CTA.

A few of my favorite tips:

  • Hook ’em-what is in it for the customer?
  • Don’t promote, persuade-don’t tell the customer what to do, but move them to want to try your product, buy your product, or want to talk to you more about your product
  • Test what works best-Don’t try to copy someone else’s CTA because what works for their company, may not work for yours. Test, test, and test some more to find the best CTA for you!

What CTA tips and tricks do you have for the beginner or novice?

via Butter Up Your Social Media Calls-to-Action | VR Marketing Blog.

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Laurie Thompson

Laurie Thompson is the ship’s captain at SiteMast, where WordPress and Social Media meet. She obtained SiteMast over a year ago, and is thrilled to keep SiteMast’s legacy going for the coming years. Originally, SiteMast dealt with WordPress only, but slowly and surely the boat is sailing into the busy waters of Social Media. Laurie’s goal is to help smaller companies dive into the WordPress and Social Media waters, and have a smooth sailing experience.

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Laurie Thompson is the ship’s captain at SiteMast, where WordPress and Social Media meet. She obtained SiteMast over a year ago, and is thrilled to keep SiteMast’s legacy going for the coming years. Originally, SiteMast dealt with WordPress only, but slowly and surely the boat is sailing into the busy waters of Social Media. Laurie’s goal is to help smaller companies dive into the WordPress and Social Media waters, and have a smooth sailing experience.

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