Every social network makes it clear how to put a link in your bio on their platform — except Instagram.
Twitter lets you tag other handles in your bio. LinkedIn gives you the ability to link yourself to your employer’s official page. Facebook allows you to tag a number of different businesses, interest pages, and people in your “About” section, so you can let friends know who you work for, what brands you like, your alma mater, your relationship status, and so on.
What about Instagram?
Until recently, Instagram didn’t give you a ton of space to brand your profile with hashtags and profile handles — you could only link to their respective pages in photo captions. Websites were the only types of links you could put in your bio (hence the common phrase “link in bio”).
What does “link in bio” mean on Instagram?
If an Instagram user addresses their…