I came upon Linktree after looking at an Instagram post of Dunna, a ‘musician, vlogger, photographer, producer, recording engineer, business owner, and all around happy guy!’. Dunna offers some great tips on audio and video production.
Anyways, I clicked on his bio link thinking I was going to his website. I didn’t pay attention to the actual nomenclature of the link. Once I clicked on the link I was presented with a series of banners listing each of the different things Dunna was suggesting you watch, read, hear or check out. I clicked on several of his links that took me to Facebook, YouTube, specific videos and more.
I loved it, so I checked out the stem of linktr.ee/dunnadidit and took a peak at linktree. The basic version is free and really is as easy as 1-2-3 to add as many links as you want. You sign up with your Instagram account. Linktree then uses your Instagram username in the URL it creates for you. Mine is https://linktr.ee/theleens.
Once you register you will receive an email welcoming you to linktree in which you’ll find a link that will take you to a page showing you how to add your personalised URL.
I was up and running in 5-10 minutes.
The Pro account ($6 USD per month) allows you to integrate with MailChimp. Here are just a few of its features.
- Get help quickly with priority support.
- Capture your visitors’ email addresses with the email/newsletter signup integration.
- More Linktree themes.
- Remove Linktree branding.
- See a day-by-day breakdown of link traffic.
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