Nab These Call to Action Verbs

By My Web Writers

Spice Up Your Meta Descriptions

After writing your fiftieth, meta description using the verbs “buy”, “look”, and “find”, you’re probably snoring.  Imagine how customers feel.  If just one of the below “vacation rentals” entries sparkled, it would capture a gold medal for creativity and extra site visits.

Capture Visitors with Enticing Action Verbs

Retailers lose income opportunities when potential customers ignore blah snippets.  Even a lower ranked snippet can capture additional clicks if its meta description and titles are alluring. Bookmark these engaging verbs for use in your web writing efforts.

Absorb Accept Acquire
Amaze Add Ask
Attract Bestow Borrow
Browse Charge Claim
Clean Click Clip
Collide Cook Copy
Create Deliver Design
Determine Discover Disrobe
Download Dream Drive
Earn Embark Empty
Engage Enroll Execute
Extract Fall Fatten
Visit Flirt Follow
Fondle Gallop Gamble
Gather Gobble Grab
Guess Hobble Hop
Hurdle Hurl Hustle
Inquire Jingle Juggle
Jump Learn Lease
Lie Listen Locate
Lose Move Nab
Obtain Park Peek
Polish Print Publish
Punt Push Query
Realize Redeem Refresh
Register Rent Sample
Save Search Seek
Shimmy Skip Slink
Smell Snap Sneak
Speak Steal Stomp
Store Swallow Trample
Uncover Unveil Watch
Wet Whisk Win

Shake up the use of verbs to capture more clicks and entertain your customers!

~Jean

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