You just read or experienced something awesome and you want to share it with the world so you go to Twitter but are quickly met with writer's block and cannot find the right words to express your experience. The shareable moment soon passes and you move on without sharing. Has this ever happened to you or maybe your target audience? When the emotion to share is high, you need to make it easy for your users, team, or customers to share. Enable them and control the message with Click to Tweet.
Twitter Share
Overall I give this tool a 4.5 out of 5!
This Twitter application could be your next generation catalyst to enable people to share your content with one-click! I'm always on the prowl for new tools that make it easy to engage with my online and offline audiences or to make it easier for them to share their experience. Click to Tweet is a one-click tool I integrate into my live presentations and for a few of my super-secret upcoming projects. ;) The only thing the tool lacks are images or buttons users can embed into a webpage and link to the generated link.
What is it?
Click to Tweet is a simple to use Twitter application that makes it easy to share and promote content by including retweet text in a link. Whoever clicks on your Click to Tweet link will have the message automatically added to their Twitter status box, then they simply click to tweet.
Click the link to experience how it works:
(If you do not have a Twitter account, it will ask you to sign-up first.)
How to use it?
  1. Visit
  2. Write the message you want to share in the box.
  3. Click the "Generate" button to create a custom link.
  4. Share the generated link.
(If you are going to share a link inside the box, I'd suggest you shrink the link by visiting This will make your link shorter to not take up as many of Twitter's precious 140 characters.)
Ways to use it?
  • Make the generated link a hyperlink in your email signature.
  • Hyperlink an image on your webpage with the generated link.
  • Create a custom link that redirects to the Click to Tweet generated link.
  • Use text message marketing and share the generated link in a text message to your target audience.
  • Make the generated link a QR code so people can share the exact message you want after a quick photo snap of their mobile device.
Question: When are you most likely to share content?


Ryan Jenkins



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