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How to attach a call-to-action to links you share with Rite.ly

Updated January 5, 2023



How to add your Link Ad to blog posts, articles, and sites you share to social:

Open Rite.ly and edit your default Link Ad or add one in the Rite.ly Dashboard.
Set "Shorten links with" in your default Enhance preset to your default Link Ad. You'll be able to override that with the pull-down beside Enhance in RiteForge, RiteBoost and the Rite.ly and RiteForge browser extensions and mobile apps.

TIP: Be sure to replace Rite.ly branding with your company logo or your clients' logos. Each Link Ad can have totally different color schemes, branding, and market for totally different initiatives.

Here how to do that, how to optimize one hashtag for engagement, one for Tweet lifetime (for showing up in search and hashtags click for months, not hours), and what my Link Ad looks like (and does!) on a URL that I shared in a Tweet:







Note that for links shortened with Rite.ly, Facebook and LinkedIn will not accept them. This is beyond our control; FB and LinkedIn are now blocking all short links created of full URLs. So, if using RiteForge, RiteBoost for scheduling posts, we suggest that you do not shorten links for posts you schedule to LinkedIn or Facebook. If just using Rite.ly, even with custom subdomain, please use them in Tweets, emails, IG comments - and everywhere else - just not in FB or LinkedIn.

See also
Using Rite.ly for exposure and brand recognition, testing ads, archiving those that fail

Updated on: 04/01/2023

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