3 Easy Ways to Create Call to Action Buttons that Get Clicks


Are your call to action buttons getting CLICKED as often as you’d like?

You know…

  • the ones on your subscribe forms…
  • your add to cart buttons…
  • your click to tweets…

The best way to learn to create great call to action buttons is to notice what’s working.

Study the templates at sites like LeadPages and Megaphone…

Watch watch what the marketers you’re learning from are using…

Check out resources like 108 Proven Split Test Winners


How to Get Your Button More Clicks

Here are three important things to remember if you want your button to get clicked:

1.  Use colors and styling that STANDS OUT from everything else on the page

2.  It needs to look “CLICKABLE”

3.  Keep the copy (text on your button) SHORT and ACTION oriented


3 Tools You Can Use to Create Your Buttons

Button Optimizer (click here)

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Canva (click here)

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HubSpot’s Templates for PhotoShop (click here)

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 What are your tips for creating great call to action buttons?

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  1. Usually my VA (someone you know & love) creates them, but I use Canva so maybe I’ll give that a try sometime. Thanks for the resources!
    Debra Jason recently posted… Are You Rich in Friendships?My Profile

  2. Some great tips here. I must admit, my buttons do blend in too much with the rest of my theme.
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  3. I have noticed that arrows, pointing to the button seem to get noticed.

    This is something I need to look at, on my website, over Xmas – while I have time on my hands!
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  4. Love the buttons created with the HubSpot template, so professional! :) I think a bright color is important and also the text, the more action-oriented is, the better.
    Thanks for the tips, Michelle!
    Delia recently posted… How to add Google fonts to your website or blogMy Profile

  5. Thanks for sharing three really cool and helpful tools Michelle!

    Now I know which tool is being used most to create an awful lot of the CTA buttons I see all over the place.

    They are primarily being created by Canva and Hubspot’s templates.
    Mark recently posted… While Your Major Competitors Are Coasting During The Holiday Season You Should Be Ramping Up!My Profile

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