Decisions, decisions. Do you have a link to your Instagram profile on your Twitter feed or on your Facebook page? Or maybe you want to present your Github, LinkedIn and Pinterest pages, but there is only one URL field, which means you have to choose.
Linkkle is a free, recently launched tool that aims to remove this dilemma by letting you publish a single link (aka your "link") that points to a link link where you can add up to 10 links to all your various social media accounts as well as basic information about the profile.
The basic idea being that you do not need to change your social media profile links – you can simply link to your link.
"I am a web designer / developer and first at the end of the year 2016 I had a very raw version that I had used to. send links to my clients rather than bombard them with an email full of different links.Working with other developers on projects, i shared a link this way and several d & rsquo; Among them have asked me to use it too, "says Paul Maloney, a UK-based creator who starts the project between his freelance jobs.
"As with all that I started getting more feature requests and some of the users started to use it differently than expected. The idea grew from that and I think it could be useful to everyone from social media users to bloggers, social media specialists and anyone with a number of links to share. "
It remains to be seen whether tired social media users really want to sign up for another service to try to reduce the burden of managing their lives online. But if you're active on a lot of accounts and want things to stay simple, it might be helpful.
That said, there is clearly some overlap with existing services – for example, for example. Although Linkkle is a lot more 'no-frills' (not least because it's an MVP); Right now, it's simply offering a way to reduce access to multiple links in one link.
If you want a way to present a brighter profile / about.me resume page is a better option. So the horses for classes and all that.
But is it a business-in-the-making or just a tool? "At the moment, it's a utility, I've seen the need and user feedback has been very positive," adds Maloney, adding, "It's still growing and As users continue to support it, there is an opportunity to add some premium features. "