This 1 App Could End Up Replacing Everything
If you’re a social media fiend, chances are you spend all day everyday scanning Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Or, maybe like some, you like spending most of your time on TikTok and Snapchat (other social networks be damned…).
Either way, you probably have something to share or offer. Maybe you like to make beats in your spare time. Perhaps you have a YouTube channel you’re looking to grow. Or maybe you’re a writer on Medium whose latest article just went viral.
The bottom line is, we all have links we want to direct our audiences to – Patreon, OnlyFans, YouTube, or otherwise.
Given that this is inevitable, the app (or link in bio) you use to promote your works should be something that helps you get results, shouldn’t it?
And preferably, it should be an app that makes the process simpler and more streamlined, not more convoluted. After all, no one wants one more app.
What About Landing Pages?
I know, I’m a big fan of landing pages too. I’ve created and leveraged many over the years.
But builders are kind of pricy (you’d better be using one if you want access to the best templates), and let’s face it – unless you have a perfect offer to market fit, getting people to sign up is hard.
Even when you have the perfect offer, Campaign Monitor says the average conversion rate for a landing page across all industries is 2.35%.
That means you need to draw 1,000 visitors to your landing page just to get 24 conversions (rounded up).
Sure, landing pages sometimes do better. But exactly how much time, energy, and money do you want to spend on endless A/B testing with fonts, colors, copy, imagery, videos, button variations, and more, just to get a few signups?
It’s too much for the average person.
Enter Link in Bio Solutions
Obviously, there are a few “link in bio” solutions out there. And they’re all great. Honestly, I’m not here to diss any of them, because I’ve tried a few myself, and I can’t say I’ve had a bad experience with any of them.
The great thing about these solutions is that they bypass a lot of the guesswork. You can prioritize the links you want to show first, so you can get more clicks on those.
With most, you can usually include links to your social media profiles, and sometimes embed your latest media, like your latest podcast episode, music release, or YouTube video.
But that’s all most link in bio solutions have been designed to do. Is that wrong? No. But someone realized that link in bios could be taken to the next level, that they could be the best of both worlds, or in this case, all worlds.
The 1 App That’s Transforming the Link in Bio Concept
The newcomer that’s fast transforming the “link in bio” landscape is Koji.
When I saw it for the first time, honestly, I didn’t know what to expect. But once I started digging a little deeper, I quickly realized that it offered more than any other solution out there. For FREE.
It has built-in mini apps that allow you to collect donations, crowdfund your next project, sell locked content and NFTs, create Cameo style videos, collect emails, and more.
If you’re going to send people to a link in bio, it should be one where you can do all of that anyway, right?
After all, aren’t you sending people to Patreon, OnlyFans, YouTube, OpenSea, PayPal, Kickstater, ConvertKit, and other destinations anyway, even if you’re already using another link in bio platform?
Wouldn’t it make your life a whole lot easier to be able to do it all from one central space, AND direct people to one link instead of half a dozen or more?
That’s why I recommend checking out Koji.
Is Koji Just for Musicians?
Not at all. It’s great for all types of creators – NFT owners, eCommerce businesses, artists, musicians, and more.
What Does Koji Cost?
Are You Playin’ Me, Bro?
No, I just think it’s a great app you should check out. That’s why I brought it up. 😉
So, join the likes of Melissa Etheridge, Def Leppard, and Walk Off The Earth who already have their own Koji link in bio.