How to Ditch LinkTree

Link real estate is hard to come by on Instagram. As a blogger or business, it is extremely important that your links are easily accessible to your audience. Unfortunately, Instagram only allows ONE link on your profile. That’s why companies like Linktree come in handy. They allow you to have multiple links on one, mobile-friendly page.

BUT why give Linktree all that traffic?

It’s super easy to create a page on your blog or website. I’ll show you step-by-step how to create this landing page, so you can increase your website traffic!

1. Create a new page.

2. Add your URL links.

Center align the links. I used header fonts to make the link text BOLD and stand out. You don’t have to title this page.

3. Add horizontal lines between your links.

4. Check mobile compatibility.

Make sure your links page looks good in mobile mode. You can change the screen modes whether computer/tablet/mobile.

5. Edit your page slug.

Mine is ‘links’ but it can be whatever you want. I see a lot of bloggers use ‘Instagram’.

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6. Publish.

You may have to tweak a few things. Depending on your page. The side bars may have to be removed.

There you go! Easy peasy, right!? If you need help, leave me a comment or shoot me a DM on Instagram. Good luck Queen, you got this!

XO, Em

11 responses to “How to Ditch LinkTree”

  1. Wow! This is so helpful! I’ve always wondered how to create my own!

    http://www.rdsobsessions.com

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    1. Let me know if you create your own or have any questions!

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  2. This is awesome, thanks to you I will be getting more traffic to my website rather than give it to linktree.

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    1. Yes!! So happy to hear this helped you!

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  3. It looks so good! I personally love seeing what people come up with creatively over the linktree format. I did something to mine as well πŸ™‚

    Lizzie
    http://www.lizzieinlace.com

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  4. This looks easy to do … thanks for sharing the steps. I will give it a shot over the weekend.

    β₯ tanvii.com

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  5. I agree with all of this 100%! And it’s exactly what I did for my own blog a few years back. Why give Linktree all the traffic when I can send that to my website. Great minds think alike πŸ™‚

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  6. This is so helpful! I made my own in that I have it link to a blog page that I keep updated with my latest posts but it doesn’t have any of this design to it! I’m going to change mine so it does, thank you so much!
    Lee | LegalLee Blonde

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  7. I have a lot of friends who use LinkTree and love it! Yours looks so good!

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  8. I’ve never used Linktree before, but I’ve heard it works really well!

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  9. This is super helpful. I’ve used LinkTree for a few years, but I always have some kind of trouble with it so this answered a few ?s!

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