Instagram is an amazing way to direct traffic to your blog if you have enough followers or use the right hashtags. Unfortunately, the Instagram app only allows you to put one link on your profile page.
Because we’re awesome, we’ve discovered a practical way for you to add multiple links to your Instagram account.
In this article, we’re going to show you a way around that so you can link to multiple pages/articles on your blog by using Elink—an online content marketing tool that lets you share a collection of links of your choosing all in one page.
With Elink, you can use your one profile link to redirect to a page that looks like this:
What you see above is the what shows up when people click on the link in the Aspiring Bloggers Instagram page.
After you create your account, you’ll have access to different layouts, themes, and colours. You can use them to customize your own Elink!
Adding multiple links is easy. You just copy and paste your link into the field and it’ll automatically generate the thumbnail and title of your post.
Add as many as your heart desires to showcase the hard work you put into your blog.
When you’re ready to publish your link, “publish” on the left, add a name to your Elink, and then click “save my Elink.”
Afterwards, you’ll get a screen similar to the one below so you can share it with your audience on Instagram or other social media accounts.
Now that you know how to add multiple links to your Instagram account, you can drastically increase the chances of website clicks from your Instagram account by providing your followers/audience with more articles to pick from.
Elink also offers premium upgrades which will give you access to premium templates, newsletter publishing, RSS integration, robust analytics, and more.
We find the newsletter publishing feature to be really cool because you can connect it to your MailChimp account and send your customized Elinks to your followers. A surefire way to boost engagement.
The cost of the upgrade is currently $12 if paid annually, and $15 if paid monthly.
Help others learn how to add multiple links to their Instagram profiles by pinning the image at the top of this post to one of your Pinterest boards.