Beacons vs Linktree “link in bio” Tools Review

Linktree Beacons

Linktree and Beacons are both tools that allow users to create a single link that directs visitors to multiple destinations. Linktree is a platform that allows users to create a customizable landing page with clickable links to various social media profiles and other online resources. Beacons, on the other hand, is a tool that enables users to create a single link that can be shared across various social media platforms and direct users to a customizable landing page with clickable links to various resources.

Both Linktree and Beacons are useful for individuals and businesses who want to provide easy access to their online presence and resources from a single link. Linktree is especially popular among influencers and content creators as it allows them to showcase their various social media profiles and online resources in a visually appealing way. Beacons, on the other hand, is more geared towards businesses and organizations as it offers features such as the ability to track clicks and conversions and customize the look and feel of the landing page.

How do you start a Linktree?

  1. Go to the Linktree website (https://linktr.ee/) and click on the “Sign Up” button in the top right corner.
  2. Enter your email address and create a password to create a Linktree account.
  3. Once you have signed up, you will be taken to the Linktree dashboard. Here, you can customize the appearance of your Linktree by selecting a theme and adding your profile picture and bio.
  4. To add links to your Linktree, click on the “Add a Link” button and enter the name of the link and the URL. You can also add links to your social media profiles and other online resources.
  5. Once you have added all the links you want to include, click on the “Save” button to apply the changes.
  6. To share your Linktree with others, click on the “Copy Link” button to copy the Linktree URL to your clipboard. You can then paste this URL into an email, social media post, or anywhere else you want to share it.

That’s it! Your Linktree is now set up and ready for visitors. You can always go back to the Linktree dashboard to make changes or add more links as needed.

How do you start a Beacon?

Beacons.ai is a platform that allows businesses to create and manage personalized, automated messaging campaigns for customer engagement. To start using Beacons.ai, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Beacons.ai website (https://www.beacons.ai/) and click on the “Sign Up” button in the top right corner.
  2. Enter your email address and create a password to create a Beacons.ai account.
  3. Once you have signed up, you will be taken to the Beacons.ai dashboard. Here, you can create your first campaign by clicking on the “Create Campaign” button.
  4. Choose the type of campaign you want to create (such as a welcome message or abandoned cart recovery), and follow the prompts to set up the campaign. This may involve selecting the messaging channel (such as email or SMS), setting up the trigger for the message (such as when a customer subscribes to your newsletter), and customizing the content of the message.
  5. Once you have set up your campaign, click on the “Start Campaign” button to activate it.
  6. You can monitor the performance of your campaigns and make changes as needed from the Beacons.ai dashboard.

That’s it! You are now ready to start using Beacons.ai to engage with your customers and drive business growth.

Overall, both Linktree and Beacons are useful tools for directing users to various online resources from a single link. Linktree is more geared toward individuals and content creators, while Beacons is more geared toward businesses and organizations. It ultimately comes down to personal preference and the specific needs of the user.

Author: Online Marketing Juice

Digital + Social Media Marketing. I hold a B.A. in Economics & Marketing from the University of California. SEC and FINRA Social Media compliance best practices: HubSpot Academy Social Media Certified. "Open to new clients" Disclaimer: This is my personal blog. The views expressed on these pages are mine alone and not those of my employer.

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