How Tweetable Quotes Work
In case you didn’t watch my 3-minute video above, I will recap it for you in a single sentence:
It does not matter how many followers you have on Twitter; what matters is how many of your website visitors will tweet your content to their followers.
And it is your job to make them do that!
Just give them something good to tweet:
- a quote;
- a take away;
- a catchy phrase;
- a smart idea;
- a statistic.
Want to know if that tweetable quote works for him? Head over to Twitter and do a search for it.
Guess what you’ll see?..
Lots of tweets!
That’s how you get traffic from Twitter – you make your visitors tweet your content!
That tweetable quote on Michael’s blog looks like it was custom made, but you can easily create these fancy looking quotes on your own blog with TweetDis plugin.
I used it to create these two tweetable quotes that you just saw.
And actually that quote by Jeff Goins on Michael’s blog could look much better, if he was using one of TweetDis design templates, like this one:
I’m sure that giving a “face” to your quote will make more people tweet it (though I didn’t test it yet).
With TweetDis you can even make people tweet images from your articles!
Visual content always works better on social media, everyone knows that.
And Matt McWilliams has actually tested it!
Here’s a screenshot of his comment that I’ve found at BoostBlogTraffic:
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I want to use it on up to 5 sites:
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Why “Tweetables” Work So Well
So these were the statistics.
Now let’s see what the common sense tells us:
- By including a few tweetable quotes in your post, you give your visitors multiple opportunities to share your content;
- Since tweetable quotes include an explicit call to action (e.g., “tweet this”), they stand out in comparison to the social sharing buttons hovering on the periphery;
- Prompting readers to share a quote (not a post) capitalizes on many readers’ preference for sharing ideas over personalities. They’re not seen as promoting a person, just an idea;
- Because tweetable quotes have self-contained value (they are a piece of wisdom in themselves), readers are more inclined to share them, even if they don’t have time to read the entire post.
In other words there’s no excuse in ignoring this great new strategy.
A Few Words About TweetDis
So what makes TweetDis plugin the best option for creating tweetable quotes on your blog?
You can’t deny that the designs of the quotes you see below are great! They will clearly stand out in your copy and attract the attention of your readers:
Ease of use
You will add these fancy looking tweetable quotes with just a click of a button. No coding. Just highlight the phrase and click on TweetDis button:
You’re in control
TweetDis has many settings to configure every aspect of your tweetable quote:
- Mention your twitter username in every tweet? – Check!
- Add custom text/hashtags to the tweets? – Check!
- Shorten links via Bit.ly? – Check!
- Make the quote float to the side and wrap it with text? – Check!
And if you feel that TweetDis is lacking some feature that you need badly, just contact us and we’ll add it shortly!
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There’s absolutely no way you can lose, except by not giving TweetDis a try.
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