French CTAS

Wednesday November 22, 2017 - Posted by:

How do you react when you read “You should really visit our website” versus “Discover our website”? Isn’t one more compelling than the other and makes you want to check out the site?

If you work in Marketing, you’ll probably know what a CTA is. It means “Call To Action”, and it really is as simple as it sounds: a call for someone to take action. In digital marketing, it basically gets down to people clicking on your link.

And today we are giving you 21 examples of French CTAs to increase your conversion rate! There are many ways to be creative online, even with CTAs, and we’re here to help you be at your best in the language of Molière.

Book, buy, choose, discover, explore, find, order, try… Use our CTAs (see what I just did?!) and never say “Pardon my French” again!

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