Instagram restricts the use of clickable links in captions. How do you overcome this?

Roy
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Unlike Facebook, Instagram has been prioritizing user experience over anything else. To keep the feed clean and spam-free, Insta restricts the use of clickable links in captions. So, as a marketer, how do you overcome this marketing challenge? Does mentioning 'Link in bio' help?

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Maker of lynkfire.com
in my opinion link in bio is the most organic. making sure that links are properly and clearly represented in the landing page.
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Content marketer
@jayson_cantones good point...but what if you are launching multiple insta campaigns with different links at the same time? I guess we can add only one link to insta bio...
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Maker of lynkfire.com
that is where link landing page comes in to the rescue. check out lynkfire :)
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Content marketer
@jayson_cantones thanx for the info jayson...we would really appreciate if you can tell us more about it and how it works...
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I'm also considering starting to use a link-tree provider for Insta content. Can anyone recommend a good (and ideally free) provider apart from lynkfire that was already mentioned?
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Maker of lynkfire.com
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Founder of higgle.io and daku.app
I think https://cool.bio is a worth looking at. They say time to be cool. 😎
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This is not a wrong solution to the problem. Usually, many people put a link in stories, accompanied by the phrase "click on the link" or "click here." Stories are most often viewed, and if you put a link in this way, more people will see it. Alas, there is no other way, but I believe that even this possibility is good. Everyone has long since adapted to the limitations of Instagram. They even found a way to buy subscribers and likes, thereby increasing the popularity of their page. On my commercial account, I constantly use these two chips listed above. It works great, which has a positive impact on my business.
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