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Previously, I’ve talked about basic copywriting tactics to use in your Silhouette or Cricut small business. Today, let’s look at some calls to action. A call to action is the words you use to get your customer to do something. The something could be click a button, buy a product, like your Facebook page, share something with a friend, or anything else. Calls to action are great within your product descriptions, social media, emails, and more.
With the holidays creeping closer, good calls to action can help you make more sales. (And, who doesn’t want more sales?)
25+ Calls to Action to Use in Your Craft Business
Share this post with a friend.
Like this picture if you can relate.
Limited number available, order today.
While supplies last, order now.
Message me now to start your custom order.
Email me to learn more.
Order today and get free shipping.
Sign up for our mailing list and get a coupon in your inbox.
Double tap if you agree. (Great for Instagram!)
Click here for a sneak peek of a new product.
Tag a friend that would love (name of your product).
Order now to get your free gift.
Learn more about (your product).
Discover how to (do something). (Great for how to videos!)
Watch this video to learn more.
Follow (name of company/us) on (social media network).
Browse the entire collection.
Click here to receive a quote.
Share why you love (product name).
Upload a photo of your new (product name).
Preorder to make sure you get one.
Hurry, sale ends at midnight.
Get one before I run out.
Shop with us now.
When you are creating your own calls to action, be sure to use verbs. If you need a refresher, verbs are action words like join, click, order, stop, or start.
Before you go, consider using negative calls to action, too. Words such as worried, sick, or confused work well. Here’s a few examples:
Worried that your package won’t arrive on time? Upgrade to overnight shipping.
Sick of searching for the perfect birthday gift? Click here.
Confused about the choosing the perfect colors? Email me now.
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Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.