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What is CTA?

Definition and meaning of CTA:

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A call to action (CTA) is a sentence or a set of elements that motivate people to take action. CTAs could be anything from “Buy now!” to “Visit our website for more information.”

Why should you use CTA?

A well-crafted CTA can be a powerful tool for driving conversions and sales. By providing value, CTAs can increase the likelihood of people taking the action you want.

Marketers and advertisers use CTAs to drive website visits, email signups, and sales. CTAs usually include a benefit or incentive, such as ” free shipping” or “10% off your first purchase.”

CTAs should also create a sense of urgency to prompt people to take action here and now. For example – use supporting points like “limited time only” or “while supplies last.”


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