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  1. Call To Action - Just Arrived
    April 27, 2007 • 1:27 pm

    […] Last week I was talking more on the use of a Call To Action in web copy, specifically to encourage readers and visitors to take a certain action. […]

  2. mccormicky
    March 15, 2008 • 6:20 am

    This was very helpful I’m trying to get more informed on this exact issue, thanks!

  3. BABB-17: Brainstorm 20 Blog Post Ideas Today
    March 17, 2008 • 9:52 am

    […] If you come up with your own topic for a series, weave it into your current objectives. If you have a blog all about web hosting, for example, create 20 how-to posts that teach various aspects of c-Panel. This will give you the opportunity to attract targeted readers and end each post with a specific call-to-action. […]

  4. Stop Linking To Your Home Page!
    April 17, 2008 • 3:14 pm

    […] sure that your website has good navigation, and that each individual web page contains a strong Call To Action. Remember: what makes visitors happy, usually makes search engines happy […]

  5. Eren
    May 29, 2008 • 5:16 pm

    This article is absolutely awesome. I have seen many people that write awesome content but don’t have a strong call to action which is precisely why their traffic doesn’t convert to email sign ups or sales. Extremely informative and helpful.

  6. Every Single Page of Your Website…
    August 9, 2008 • 10:06 am

    […] Using a Call-to-Action […]

  7. Jim
    July 14, 2009 • 5:27 am

    Thanks for the good post. I have fallen into the trap of blogging for visitors and creating good content, but forgetting how to pay the bills. Your article reminds us that if you want to make money, you have to follow the basic rule of making a sale – ask for it and never assume.

    • Lynn Terry
      July 14, 2009 • 9:07 am

      Your readers will appreciate you for sharing resources & deals. Look at ways you can serve your market in the process, and it will tie in nicely ;)

  8. How to write a blog post that brings readers and makes sales. | ClickNewz! Internet Marketing Blog
    August 1, 2009 • 8:07 am

    […] Don’t leave your reader hanging. You owe it to them to lead them to the next best click. See: Using a Call To Action […]

  9. Flash Design
    September 29, 2009 • 7:54 am

    I am always surprised that many webmasters don’t get the power of Call To Action. I see great looking pages with well written text and no call to action all the time. There is only a small percentage of people that understand that every single page has a goal and this goal has to be stated in the call to action. Even if you just want your visitor to go to another page – that’s the action, so call for it and make sure your call to action stands out of the page – if that’s what you want.

  10. hääkuvaaja
    December 30, 2009 • 5:00 pm

    I think that there is a cultural difference between british/american and scandinavian styles in consumer dialogue. Here, especially in Finland, people are more often turn off by too direct approach.

  11. Affiliate Marketing Tips for Beginners (Q&A)
    February 10, 2010 • 11:16 am

    […] to the merchant, or a link to a related page on my affiliate site. You always want to include a call-to-action and give your visitor the “best next click”. Dianne asks:When you do have that handful […]

  12. It’s My Birthday – 38 Fave Resources for Content Marketers : Contentrix – Content Marketing
    May 27, 2010 • 9:07 am

    […] ClickNewz, particularly The Ideal Email Marketing Strategy and Using a “Call to Action”. Not only is Lynn Terry a great teacher, she walks the walk. You know you’re getting authentic […]

  13. Leslie P. Hunter
    September 6, 2010 • 10:13 am

    What NOT to include in your RESOURCE BOX:

    1. Advertisements or pitches for products that are not relevant to the topic of your article.

    2. Keep the size of your resource box so that it’s no larger than 15% of your total article size. Too often I see resource boxes that are 50% of the size of the total article and this is abusive.

  14. morning sickness remedies
    July 12, 2011 • 12:39 pm

    Telling your website visitors to click your AdSense ads is against Google’s AdSense policy. I would advise against doing this if you want to keep your Google account.

  15. Michael Brown
    January 10, 2012 • 1:47 pm

    Oops, (-slaps forehead-) all this time I have thought that the excerpt was a description of the whole article and should be the opening sentence of the post. Duh… this is a real eye-opener for me, keyword and call to action makes infinitely more sense. Especially if the “meta description” becomes the search engine phrase, your readers will know exactly what to expect. Which makes for more targeted traffic.
    I am getting a great education here, thanks for sharing.
    Michael Brown

    • Michael Brown
      January 10, 2012 • 2:16 pm

      I hope you don’t mind, I just discovered that all is not lost. An “excerpt” is not taken from the post, but rather an additional description that can be added. There is even a plug-in editor that enables you to go back and do it retro-actively for posts you have done in the past. It is called “excerpt editor” and can be added thru “add plugins” in wordpress. Thanks

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