On the flip side, never force a CTA into your content where it doesn’t fit naturally. Few things on your website are as impactful as quality content and well-written blogs, but unnatural solicitations can distract readers and decrease the quality of your content. This can also have a negative effect on your public image, SEO rankings, and overall public trust.
Some writers feel the only place for a CTA is the end of an article. While this is an easy place to incorporate a CTA, it can lead to missed opportunities since it’s impossible to predict when site visitors will stop scrolling down your web pages. However, it’s rarely a bad idea to include CTAs in your closing paragraph as well as throughout your content.
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