How to set up LinkTree for Social Media Success

LinkTree is a marketing tool that allows you to share multiple social media & website links under the umbrella of one.

In profile bio’s on Instagram for example, you are only given opportunity to share one URL link.

This sounds disappointing because what if you have many links, sites, profiles, pages (ex…) that you want available for your community to access, right?

I felt the same way until I discovered LinkTree.

The LinkTree software allows you to connect your audience to all of your content with just one link.

In this blog post, I am going to break down how LinkTree works & how you can set up your account to begin using.

Step 1) Go to and click the signup button in the top right corner.

2.) Create your account by providing the necessary information
3.) After filling out the information & clicking register, you will arrive at the get started page. Fill out your name how you want it displayed for your viewers & select the categories that resonate best with who you are & what you do.

4.) After filling out the name & category page, you will be asked to verify your email address before moving forward.

5.) ) This is your admin home screen for LinkTree. To begin adding your links, click on add new link.
6.) Even on a free LinkTree account, you can add unlimited links. As you connect your desired links, you will see they appear on the phone screen, just like how a viewer would see them.

7.) This is what you profile begins to look like for your viewers.

8.) If you click on settings in the dashboard, you will be able to change the back round color of your LinkTree & your profile photo for a professional branding look. On the free plan there are setting restrictions.

9.) The free settings page will look like this.
10.) Once you have your links & design decided on, copy your LinkTree link & paste it in your desired bio’s across social media platforms.

11.) Now you have a LinkTree account setup. When a viewers click on the LinkTree link in my IG bio for example, this is what they see & have access to!

Are you going to set up a LinkTree profile after this demonstration?

Let me know in the comments below!

Your friend,
Madyson Greene