Sharable Quotes (a.k.a Click-to-Tweet) is a popular function if Twitter is one of your best social networks. The sharable quotes are pre-populated boxes with highlighted designs. Clicking over that box user will see a pre-populated Tweet with the message you set.
🤓 Expert advice. Sharable quotes have 50% – 80% bigger CTR vs the standard share on the Twitter button. If Twitter is an import social channel we recommend the usage of at least one inside content of your posts.
To use the sharable quotes you need to ensure that the module is enabled. If you don’t see in the Social Sharing -> Click to Tweet menu follow the steps in the animation.
- Default @username – this will be the default Twitter username that plugin will automatically append to the Tweet if nothing is specified in the shortcode. If you are using just one (example: site username), you can set it here for faster quote building.
- Default #hashtags – this will be default hashtags that plugin will add to the quotes if nothing is provided in the shortcode.
- Hide on mobile – this will automatically hide all quotes on mobile.
- Automatically include the page link – this option will automatically add the current post/page link to the Tweet. If the option is enabled, the plugin will not check the Tweet content for any custom links.
- Default template – set the default template for the entire site. You are able to choose a different template on the quotes shortcode too.
Adding Sharable Quote Inside The Content
The easiest way to add a sharable quote inside content is by using the dedicated shortcode inside the plugin called
[sharable-quote]. If you are using WPBakery Page Builder or Elementor you will find a dedicated element for this too.
Adding Sharable Quote in a Post
Generating Sharable Quote from The Shortcode Generator
Adding Sharable Quote With Elementor