This is a guest post by Brandon Williams.
Twitter is an amazing tool for promotion and marketing for every aspect whether it is for business purposes or for blogging. Another successful method is using a “call to action” in order to get people to check out what it is you have to offer. So, how do you take two successful tools in marketing and add them together to form a tweet that successfully puts out a call to action to users on the social media network?
Well, here is where you, as a business executive or blogger, get to be creative in deciding which technique you’d like to go with when tweeting a call to action.
There’s plenty of potential for you to get people to follow your call to action instructions with techniques that make it more likely for users to do what you need them to do. Start off by figuring out what it is you want to accomplish with your call to action. Do you want users to retweet your blog, or maybe even go to the blog and interact? Or as a business owner, do you want users to make a purchase on your website?
Now that you know what you want to accomplish with your tweet, here is a guide on some techniques you can use in order to reach your goal for your call to action.