For YouTube, Facebook and Twitter: Yes, you can, and we recommend putting links in your caption to guide the audience to your offer.
YouTube: You can find the link in the description below the video. The link, which should lead to your main landing pages, such as a website or blog. You can find the link in the description below the video. You can see the example boxed in green below.
Facebook: You can add the link directly into the caption and the link will turn into the title of the website or blog that you provided. Below you can see the link boxed in green.
Twitter: The links can be added directly into the caption as well. you can see the link boxed in green.
For Instagram: No. Instagram does NOT support links in captions, and does not have plans to start supporting this option any time soon. We recommend to include your @username in your caption, and putting a link into your bio section instead. You can see the post and the link boxed in green
For TikTok: No. TikTok does NOT support links in captions, you can add your TikTok username @username. You can however put your link into the bio.
We also recommend for you to purchase shoutouts with bio link, those are available as a filter option on our browse page, and what that means is that influencers will put a link of your choice into THEIR profile along with your shoutout. You can see the link in the bio boxed in green.
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