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Make Your Social Media Bio Link Count With Linkkle

Most of us use social media on a daily basis and have multiple profiles across different platforms. Unfortunately, as active users know, many social media sites only allow you to link to one URL on your profile. So which do you choose? It can be a difficult decision for any social media user, but even more so for those of us who make our living online. Personally, as a freelance writer I have to go through and gather all the links I need to send whenever I apply for gigs. If you’re active on a lot of accounts and want to keep things streamlined, newly launched web tool Linkkle may be the solution for you.


Linkkle is a super simple and free tool (with no ads!) that streamlines sharing all your social media links by locating them all in one place, allowing you to share one URL for all of your social media accounts, portfolio links, etc. Great for anybody from bloggers to major companies, Linkkle allows users to replace their social media profile URL to their Linkkle profile and have all their important links in one place.

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How Does It Work?

Linkkle is simple and easy to use. After you sign up on their site, you can complete a basic profile and then add up to 10 important links. From there, you can then share your Linkkle profile URL in your social media, email signatures, or wherever else you need people to see your links. Linkkle also lets you see how many users are clicking your profile links, discover which of your content is most popular, and learn what your users find most interesting about your brand or product. All the link clicks are viewable in one place in the user dashboard.



Undecided? You can follow Linkkle on Twitter for more information, as well as check out a demo profile. If you’re looking for a simple and easy way to share all of your important links with just one URL, head over to Linkkle’s website to register for free.



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Author : Kae Burdo

Kae Burdo is a freelance writer, alt. sex(uality) & relationship educator, and event planner. With over a decade of writing experience, their passions are international politics, the vast range of human sexuality, issues relating to intersectional feminism, and technology and startups. Follow them on twitter @kaeburdo.

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