My 100% Free Link in Bio Templates are especially designed for HEXicans who don't know anything about making a web page, so they can share their favourite resources from their social media Bio link.
While Link in Bio pages are just regular web pages, they provide a trustworthy transition from social media platforms to your page because the header of these pages are just like profile pages on social media websites.
Link in Bio pages are also a safe way to direct onboards to the correct resources you suggest all in one place.
Control Your Own Links
My link in Bio templates provide users with a centralised link management system. Use one link in all your social media, and direct traffic from one central location.
These templates already contain links to HEX, PulseChain, and PulseX. You can then add your name, social media handle (@YourHandle), as well as any number of links you wish to share.
Additionally, you can add your own text, images and videos.
Send people to your own curated resources. This way, if a resource turns bad, you can easily remove the link from your page with minimal impact on your reputation.
Simply load the Share URL and follow your nose. This is the best choice for people who don't like coding. Experienced webmasters can download the HTML files.
Telling people about HEX
When I talk to people about HEX, PulseChain, PulseX, PLSburn, PulseBridge, DexScreener, block explorer, (and the list goes on), it's a lot easier to send them to my own page than it is to tell them all these different websites.
New users can easily make a mistake! They can easily end up in the wrong place and lose everything. Could you imagine one of your onboards ending up on that Fake PulseBridge?
I have noticed even when I have spelled out a domain, they didn't hear it right, or they go off and do a Google search instead of entering the domain directly into the browser.
Indeed, that recent Richard Heart imposter had a Blue Check Mark along with close to 40k subscribers. Then one day he decided to strike by posting a fake HEX staking website which looked exactly like HEX.com.
For this reason, sending onboards to accurate and trustworthy resources is essential.
Simply say: See link in Bio
Loading up the search engine results pages with our own original content will help water down the HEX FUD pages out there. Why should the fudsters have all the fun?
So build a page, and post the link in your social media Bio. Participate in other social crypto communities. Be one of those helpful people but don't shill anything. You never know who will visit your page.
Include affiliate links in your pages so you can earn some extra currency. Why not, others are doing it. Some people are focusing on side-hustles rather than yield chasing on risky new DEX's.
One of the most common problems with posting links all over the Internet is affiliate programs changing platforms and rendering affiliate links useless.
And worse, what if the affiliate program has closed down, closed the offer, or banned you from their affiliate program? This happens more often than you think.
All that hard work down the drain, or more hard work trying to remember where all the links are and changing them all.
But a centralised link management system solves this problem because all those links out there point to one central location. Your page which you control.
Years ago Internet marketers warned social media account holders about the risk of being de-platformed.
Say one wrong thing wrong because you didn't keep up to date with the always changing Community Guidelines and your done!
So best practice is to post only links that you control such as your own domain name. That way, if you ever get de-platformed, your followers will always know where to find you.
They said to set up your own webpage regardless of whether you are a big influencer or just starting out. Don't be fooled. Social media accounts get shut down all the time. Those that didn't plan ahead lost all their revenue.
TIP: Pick an easy to remember, and hard to misspell domain name.
More about Link in Bio Services
Link in bio websites were made popular by services such as Lnk.bio and Linktr.ee. While these services do solve a big problem for anyone who uses social media and needs centralised link management, the fees can get expensive.
For example, anyone can go to NameCheap.com and register their own domain name for around $10.00 per year. However, these link management services can charge up to $40.00 per year.
Basically, these services are just web hosting companies with a built-in website editor along with a few bells and whistles. The more you pay, the more bells and whistles you get.
The Blue Checkmark Issue
And let's not forget about the ongoing Blue Checkmark issue.
One of these services has jumped on the blue checkmark bandwagon and is charging $2.00 per month. Given that imposters frequently pay for blue checkmarks on social media accounts what's the point?
As you can see, centralised link management solves many problems for social media users. From people with no followers, to big influencers.
These 100% FREE templates can be found in the downloads section.
I will be making more of these templates and giving them away for free. New release announcements will be made on Twitter @hexamigo.