23 Mar Tutorial: How to Add Two or More Links on Your Instagram Profile
Your Instagram bio is the most important part of your account, and as you may have noticed IG only lets us add one unique link.
But this has changed thanks to this free tool: Linktree!
Let me show you how to add two or more links on your Instagram profile, you will be surprised with how easy it is.
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If you are anything like me, you will find this IG hack a life changing tip. I’m always changing the link depending on the post I am sharing every day. Now, thanks to Linktree, I can share at the same time my website, my last blog post, my free phone wallpapers & everything I want to promote. Amazing, right?
Linktree has a simple idea: it quickly creates a landing page with different buttons and links. It’s like a menu! You will continue having a unique link in Instagram, but this one will link to the different options you want to offer.
Here you can see how my IG profile looks like and the page you land once you click:
Now, here you have an easy tutorial to learn how to add two or more links on your Instagram profile:
1. Open Linktree
2. Connect it to Instagram
3. Add the title of your buttons and links (you can deactivate some if you want)
4. Copy the short link that Linktree will create for you and paste it in your Instagram Profile
Here you have a screenshot of my Linktree dashboard (from Lovers Love Loving) so you can see how it looks like.
Under the settings tab you can select the color scheme that best fits your branding.
Hope you find this tip useful! Feel free to share here your IG link so we can all visit our links and discover more about each other 🙂
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