Handling all your social media accounts is a confusing task, and it’s even more challenging for your friends to follow you on each platform. But you can solve the issue by linking all your accounts in one place and having it in your bio. This way, anyone who wants to follow you can easily take a look at all your accounts.
Here are some best services that will help you to link all your accounts in one place.
- Linktree:- Linktree is the oldest and most used liking service, mainly because of its easy setup and clean look. All it needs is to build a Linktree account and click on the add new link button. Now you can give the link a name and place the profile link. You also have some free themes to pick from. Anyhow for anything remaining like customization, adding images, scheduling links, statistics, etc. requires getting a Pro membership for a monthly subscription of $6.
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2.Compiled:- Compiled is one of my favorite services because of the good amount of customization it gives you. While, on many services adding social media icons beside the account name is a paid feature, compiled automatically identifies the link and adds the icon on its own. Anyhow, you also have the choice to change it if you want. Even many more features like a bit of customization, changing the background color, etc. are available for free. You can also select a pro subscription for things like statistics for how many people clicked on the links, etc. for $5 per month.
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3.LinkInProfile:- LinkinProfile takes an entirely different approach comparing to other services. Rather than building a multilink landing page, it makes a page similar to the Instagram feed but with clickable images. It also doesn’t require any setup process; connect the account with your Instagram account. Then, whenever you place any link in the caption of the Instagram post, this will automatically add a photo on the landing page. Whenever any followers click on it, it will redirect them to the link in your profile.
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