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Whenever you are putting a link in your Instagram bio, it should be a tracked link, so that you can monitor the number of people clicking on it and determine your ROI from the channel. And because the link is visible to others, you should consider making it a branded link to increase trust and click-through.
This video explains the exact process to using your branded link shortener to edit, change, and track clicks from the link in your Instagram bio in such a way that you will never have to change your Instagram bio website URL again.
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Hi all. Thanks for watching. Just a quick update: You no longer have to use Google URL Builder to create the UTM parameters seen in this example, you can simply use Rebrandly's built-in URL builder. Here's a blog post I wrote about it: https://blog.rebrandly.com/utm-parameters-made-simple-guide-for-marketers/
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