LinkPot

Add clickable links to your Instagram Posts

#5 Product of the DayMarch 06, 2019
As we all know that Instagram doesn't allow links in the post, Linkpot is simple solution to this problem. With LinkPot you can attach a link in the caption of every Instagram post.
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55 Reviews3.2/5

This is a workaround that frankly, I think won't actually work that well in practice. Users are not going to read the details of having to type some code into the page that loads, they are going to quickly bounce when they hit it and are confused. The UX is extremely complex. I think the product would need to add analytics to make this more transparent. So users could see how many people are bouncing from the page that loads, and not actually inputting a code to go to their destination.

Pros:

I like the landing page, and the explanation of how it works.

Cons:

This is very misleading. It does NOT add clickable links to your posts, like it claims. Instagram doesn't allow it. Plain and simple.

I explored the product and realized that it has much more to offer than described here and even at the website. Beautiful landing page. UI and UX both are good. Explanation of the product is nice. Finally a product for e-commerce business through which you can directly navigate followers to "buy now" page. Codes for the post are autogenerated in incremental order (although users can generate customized codes also) so it will be so easy for regular followers to understand the process. Discount coupon codes can also be used as the code for the post, so users will happily enter them to grab the discount.

Pros:

Pros: Codes for the post are autogenerated in incremental order so it will be so easy to remember.

Cons:

No Instagram login.

Congrats on the launch 🎉 While I think this is a useful and well-designed product, the title is a bit misleading. There is currently no way to add clickable links to your Instagram Posts. What the tool is doing is working as a redirect but instead of a link, you give the user a custom redirect code in the description of your Instagram post which they can then write on the website, which link is actually in your profile description. Not that there's anything wrong with this approach, but based on the tagline I've searched the example posts for direct links which I couldn't find so just wanted to point this out 🙂
@curiousigor Actually I wanted to point out the problem in the title because in this way it is easy to explain the capabilities of the product because this is a way to redirect users from post to other websites.
Is it free?
@alimiraj1 yes, this is free with the available features currently although I am planning to Introduce some premium features in the future.
Why is this better than linktr.ee? This requires an extra step for the user to remember and enter the code.
@itscoopermiller Hey just checked your comment. This product is totally different from linktree because linktree offers fixed multiple links to redirect you on the website or blog etc. You can put maximum 10 or 20 links right because user won't scroll too much. Linkpot is different I am giving the option of sticky links like linktree but the main feature is a unique code for every post and you can have hundreds of them. Just think about its utility for a affiliate marketer who just sell the product of Amazon using his Instagram account. He can redirect the user to "Buy Now" page. I felt the gap, I made the product.
@itscoopermiller @contactinbio is the best alternative to linktree and has a lot more features that other sites in this category