I can’t begin to describe how excited I am that daniellehatfield.com is the first blog to deploy Pullquotes, a new service that
lets a reader link directly to a particular sentence or paragraph (or even word) in a blog post.
Do you hear angels singing? I do!
I can best describe it like this: If there’s a specific point you want to endorse or argue against, just highlight the text on the full post page, then use one of the “copy, tweet, or copy link” options that appears.
Pullquotes allows readers to follow what others are focusing on, and even better? All Pullquotes are featured bottom left on each page and on your user page.
“Ever wish your site’s readers could link directly to a specific sentence or paragraph? Pullquotes solves that problem.” No kidding it does! This post by the super awesome pullquotes team explains what it is and how it can get your readers not only engaged with your posts, but sharing the parts that got them hooked!
They are in Beta testing right now, so be sure to sign up NOW!
I encourage you to poke around my blog and let me know what you think on this new feature.
Props to the super smart team that came up with this. You guys rock. I firmly believe that Pullquotes will change how readers share content across the web!
“Much like great products, great content will only find the best people to love it if it’s leveraged well.” – Shannon Paul, PEAK6 Online communications manager : quote thanks to mirnabard.com