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How to make a quote "tweetable" in WordPress

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Your readers won't always identify you with the titles of your articles, but they may find a phrase in your articles that they want to share.

Quotable this is the name of this WordPress plugin which gives the possibility to your readers to share certain sentences of your articles on Twitter.

The plugin was designed by Josiah Sprague and is widely used by popular blogs and recognized as " WPMUDev". This plugin was inspired by the toolbar which allows visitors to twitter or comment on select text. Sprague commented on his inspiration in these terms for the two platforms concerned (Twitter & WordPress):

I like both platforms because they allow users to share ideas and communicate freely. I appreciate that they serve an open world and contribute to a free and open world.

Quotable adds a Twitter icon at the end of quotes for easy sharing. It also works with highlighted texts. Readers often subconsciously highlight texts they approve of or wish to share. When they do, they will find that it is easy for them to share these texts.

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When you click on the Twitter icon, a Twitter window will appear and immediately offer to share the content. Quotable Also integrates with Twitter accounts set up on WordPress SEO, allowing you to include mentions for article authors and offer to follow authors on Twitter as well.


Sometimes the comments section is not always suitable for hosting lively discussions on a topic, even if the article is very interesting. Most of the discussion usually takes place on Twitter and that's a good thing.

This plugin will help you follow the discussions around your topics no matter where they go (on Twitter).

This plugin is compatible with version 3.9 of WordPress. Chances are it works with the latest version of WordPress 4.3.

That's it for this tutorial. Do not hesitate to share it with your friends on your favorite social networks.

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