With a click-to-call button, website visitors on a mobile device can call your business with a single tap. With a mailto link, visitors can compose a new email in their default program with a specific recipient, subject line, or email body.
Within your content, highlight the text or image you want to use for your click-to-call link.
Click the link icon link in the rich text toolbar.
Enter tel:5555555555 in the URL field, replacing 5555555555 with the phone number for your business. You don't need to select the Open link in new window checkbox, since this type of link will open the visitor's default calling program on their device.
Please note:there can't be any spaces or dashes in the click-to-call link.
Click Add link.
Publish your changes by clicking Publish in the upper right.
Add a click-to-call link to a CTA
In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Lead Capture > CTAs.
To edit an existing CTA, hover over the CTA you want to edit, then click Actions, then select Edit. Or, create a new CTA by clicking Create CTA in the upper right.
After choosing your CTA design, click Next in the bottom right to configure your CTA options.
Click the URL redirect type dropdown menu to select Phone number.
Select the country code and enter the phone number for your business.
Create a mailto link
A mailto link will open the visitor's default email program on their device and compose a new email to a specific email address. You can add a mailto link using the link feature in any rich text module or CTA.
If you're not using a rich text module or a CTA, you can create a mailto link manually instead. Highlight the text you want to link, then enter: mailto:email@example.com for your link.
Add an email subject line to your mailto link
You can modify any mailto link to generate an email with a specific email subject line. Since links can't contain any spaces, you'll include %20 in place of each space. The %20 will render as a space in the email subject line when the mailto link is clicked.
For example, if you wanted to create a mailto link that generated an email with the subject line: Start of Springtime Sale, you'd add %20 in place of each space, like this: