Website Pages: In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Website > Website Pages.
Landing Pages: In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Landing Pages.
Blog: In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Website > Blog.
Knowledge Base: In your HubSpot account, navigate to Service > Knowledge Base.
Email: In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Email.
Hover over your content and click Edit.
In the content editor, highlight a section of text or image.
In the rich text toolbar, click thelink InInInsert link icon.
In the pop-up box, enter tel:, then the numbers of a phone number. For example, if the phone number is 123-456-7890, you would enter tel: 1234567890. Click-to-call links cannot contain space or dashes.
Click Add link.
To set your changes live, click Publish or Update in the upper right.
Add a click-to-call link to a CTA (legacy)
In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Lead Capture > CTAs.
In the top left, click the dropdown menu and select CTAs (Legacy).
Hover over a CTA and click the Actions dropdown menu, then select Edit.
Set your CTA design, then click Next in the bottom right.
Click the URL redirect type dropdown menu and select Phone number.
In the Enter phone number field, enter a phone number. This phone number should not contain any spaces.
In the bottom right, click Save.
Create a mailto link
All mailto links will open a new email to a specific recipient in the visitor's default email program. You can set up a mailto link to include a specific subject line and email body.
Format a mailto link
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 click the Link to dropdown menu and select URL. In the Link URL field, enter mailto:email@example.com, then replace firstname.lastname@example.org with the recipient's email address.
You can modify any mailto link to generate an email with a specific subject line and body. The basic structure of a mailto link with a subject line and body looks like this:
Since links don't support spaces, you will need to use%20 in place of each space. Each %20 will render as a space in the email subject line and body when the mailto link is clicked.
For example, the mailto link for an email with a recipient of email@example.com, a subject line of "Register for our webinar" and an email body of "Don't forget to sign up now!" would look like this: