INBOUND CALL-TO-ACTION (CTA) BEST PRACTICES

AMANDA NIELSEN | May 10, 2018

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Calls-to-Action (CTAs) are an essential element of any successful inbound marketing strategy. A Call-to-Action is a visualization meant to compel a user to take the desired action. A CTA can be effectively utilized across all marketing channels to drive conversion. Before creating your CTA, it is critical that you determine your conversion goal. The way you structure your CTA and its respective content should work to persuade prospects to take this action. Do you want them to download a premium content offering? Register for a webinar? View a blog post? Whatever it is, make sure you have it narrowed down before you begin crafting your CTA. By adhering to the following CTA best practices, you can fuel your lead generation strategy across marketing channels, and, in turn, drive growth for your business.

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