Crafting And Completing My Link Tree & Venturing into Social Media

Posted on March 22, 2024 by Meredith


Motivational Quotes Images - Free Download on FreepikHello and welcome back to my blog post today! It’s great to have you here again.

I hope everyone’s had a productive and successful week!

Today, we’re diving into the world of linktrees and exploring their purpose. Additionally, we’ll discuss the importance of diving deeper into social media research.

Speaking of social media, I find myself edging closer and closer to revealing my face, and I’ll admit, it’s a bit nerve-wracking. But as they say, no pain, no gain! It’s entirely normal to feel apprehensive as you approach this milestone.

My mentor, Dean, always reminds me that the longer you delay, the tougher it gets. Easier said than done, right? But I’m determined to push through. Education is key, so I’ve been immersing myself in the nuances of various platforms to avoid any surprises.

On another note, I finally completed my linktree this week too, and it’s a relief to be able to check that off my list. Now, I can focus on the next stages of my training. Exciting times ahead!


What Is A Link Tree?

One tool that has gained popularity in recent years for managing multiple links is a linktree. But what exactly is a linktree and how can you use it to your advantage?

A linktree is a tool that allows you to create a single link that houses multiple links to various websites, social media platforms, and other online resources. Instead of overwhelming your audience with a long list of links, a linktree provides a clean and organized way to showcase all of your important links in one place.


Where Can You Use A Linktree?

The possibilities are endless! If you’re a content creator, you can use a linktree in your Instagram bio to direct your followers to your YouTube channel, blog, and other social media accounts. For businesses, a linktree can be used on your website to drive traffic to your online store, contact page, and more.

Linktrees are also commonly used in email signatures, online resumes, and even in virtual event platforms to provide easy access to important information. Essentially, anywhere you need to share multiple links in a concise and user-friendly way, a link tree can come in handy.



How Do You Create A linktree?

It’s simple. Sign up for a linktree service, create your account, start adding your links, and organize your links in the order you would like them to be. I used “Affiliate System” to build my linktree. That’s one of the great things about affiliate system is that you don’t have to pay anything extra a month for the linktree service, because it’s included in the affiliate system. Then you will customize the appearance of your linktree to match your branding, then optimize for mobile, update as needed, analyze performance, and then share your linktree URL wherever you see fit.

Using affiliate system made the process of setting up my linktree a breeze. Dean, the creator of the affiliate system, was incredibly helpful and guided me through every step of the way with his easy-to-follow tutorials. I was able to complete my linktree in no time and start exploring the world of social media. I was amazed at how easy it was to connect all of my platforms, and create my linktree with ease. Now I have a strong online presence that is easily accessible to my audience. I can’t wait to see how my linktree and social media efforts will grow and evolve in the future.

If you’re looking to streamline your online presence and make it easier for your audience to find you, I highly recommend you set up your linktree. It’s a game-changer for content creators looking to take their online presence to the next level. Start using a linktree today and watch your online visibility soar!

Go ahead and take a look at my linktree so you have an idea of what one looks like if you don’t know.


Social Media

Now that I have completed my linktree, I can now dive deeper into social media. I have started to explore a little more this week and began learning the ins and outs of how all the different platforms work and what their rules are.

There is so much involved; it makes me nervous to start creating content. There are a lot of things holding me back, but I know I just need to jump in, and then I’ll get the hang of it.

At least that’s what my mentor, Dean, says will happen. Just dive in, practice, and keep practicing, and it will get better. It’s reassuring to have someone like Dean and his team guiding me through this process and giving me the support that they have given me so far.

The idea of putting myself out there for the world to see is daunting, but I’m determined to overcome my fears and embrace the learning curve. It’s all about taking that first step and staying committed to improvement. With each post, I’ll gain more confidence and refine my skills. Now let’s go over some things that you should think of when getting into social media


Creating an Effective Social Media Strategy

When venturing into the world of social media, it’s essential to devise a thoughtful strategy. Here are some key steps to consider.

1. Platform Selection:  Understand your target audience. Different platforms cater to distinct demographics.


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For instance:
~ Facebook: Wider age range, family-oriented.
~ Instagram: Visual content, younger audience.
~LinkedIn: Professional networking.
~Twitter: Real-time updates, concise messages.
~TikTok: more younger crowd but a wider rage of people is growing.


Choose wisely and select platforms that align with your content and resonate with your audience.

2. Master One Platform First:
Quality over quantity rather than spreading yourself thin across multiple platforms, focus on mastering one initially.
Learn the ropes and understand the platform’s features, algorithms, and best practices.
Consistency regularly and post high-quality content to build a loyal following.


3. Content Creation: Be eye-catching
Visual Appeal:
Use captivating images, videos, and graphics.
Compelling Headlines: Grab attention with concise, intriguing titles.


4. Value-Driven Content:
Educate: Share knowledge, tips, and insights.
Entertain: Humor, stories, and relatable content work wonders.
Inspire: Motivate your audience.
Consistency Matters: Stick to a posting schedule.


5.  Engagement and Interaction:
Respond Promptly: Engage with your audience. Reply to comments and messages.
Collaborate: Partner with influencers or other content creators.
Ask Questions: Encourage discussions and feedback.


6.  Analytics and Adaptation:
Track Metrics: Monitor likes, shares, comments, and follower growth.
Learn from Data: Adjust your strategy based on what works and what doesn’t.
Stay Updated: Social media trends evolve; adapt accordingly.

Remember, authenticity and genuine connections matter. Be yourself, showcase your passion, and create content that resonates. Happy social media journey!

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  1. How to build and create a linktree, and what it’s used for.

  2. A little more about social media and what to look for when exploring for yourself.

  3. Not to let your fears get the best of you on your journey with social media or anything for that matter.


So there you have it! Let me know what you took away from my post today, and if you found it useful. Feel free to leave a comment.

Look out for my post next week. I just might have my very first social media video posted on my blog to show everyone. Let’s see if I’m not a chicken next week or if I still am. 😂 We will see!

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I hope everyone has a great week ahead! Leave your comments below.

Until next week!

To Our Success,

Meredith Moore




24 thoughts on “Crafting And Completing My Link Tree & Venturing into Social Media

  1. March 23, 2024 at 09:24:00 AM by Andy Jacobs

    Hi Meredith,
    A very informative blog, thank you. I do feel for you in your nervousness about creating your first video. Don’t worry, just have a go and enjoy yourself. It doesn’t have to be perfect and don’t worry if you fluff your words; people will appreciate you more if you leave the mistakes in. They will see that you’re human and genuine. Good luck with it and I can’t wait to see it.


    • March 24, 2024 at 02:25:12 PM by Meredith

      Hi Andy,
      Thank you for the good advice with posting on social media. I know I have to dive in and just do it. I will in time, and once all my research is complete.
      Thank you for your comment.


  2. March 23, 2024 at 11:03:43 AM by Alison Blaire

    Linktree is so amazing! I cannot believe I just found out about it. Thank you for clearly laying everything out. Your post is packed with great information, and I love the way it is laid out aesthetically!


    • March 24, 2024 at 02:28:57 PM by Meredith

      Hi Alison,
      Thank for the compliment on my post. I had just learned about a linktree as well. I never really knew they existed until now.
      Thank you for your comment.


  3. March 23, 2024 at 11:26:31 AM by Sandy

    Hi Meredith,

    Great linktree… Love the background.. I’m still jumping back and forth on my main platform. I guess it all depends upon TikTok staying or going.
    thank you for all the great information in your post.
    Can’t wait till next week.

    Thanks Sandy


    • March 24, 2024 at 02:38:24 PM by Meredith

      Hi Sandy,
      Thank for the compliment on my linktree.. I don’t know as much as others yet when it comes to platforms for social media, but the whole thing with TikTok and congress I wouldn’t worry about. Most likely nothing will come about it, and even if they take TikTok away in the USA while you are posting on TikTok you can also share those same post to all other platforms at the same time. I know we should only focus on one platform at a time, but if this is a big concern of yours you can always do that with maybe one other platform just incase. I’m still learning just like you, but maybe this will help you a little. I hope so… Thanks for your comment.


  4. March 24, 2024 at 07:18:25 AM by Atif Perwiz

    Meredith, very well done on creating your link tree. It’s really good and I’ve also subscribed to your email newsletter. You did really well describing what a linktree is and building out the knowledge for everybody. Also regarding the traffic strategy very important to plan out what it is and how you’re going to do it. The most important thing is to be consistent and stick to it every day. Well done thanks, Atif


    • March 24, 2024 at 02:47:29 PM by Meredith

      Hi Atif,
      Thank for the nice compliments, and for subscribing to my newsletter. I have been doing some of the research on social media, but after following some peoples post this Saturday,(including yours) I have realized I still have a lot more work to do with social media before posting anything. There is so much involved. I appreciate your help with this matter. I’m gonna make a list of what I need to do, and how I’m gonna do it. I’m more of a visual person,so seeing it on paper will help a lot. Thank you for your comment, Atif.


  5. March 24, 2024 at 04:25:03 PM by Eleanor Hope

    Your willingness to confront fears and embrace the learning curve reflects a commitment to personal growth and professional development which is awesome.

    Your breakdown of key considerations for creating an effective social media strategy is valuable for those starting this journey.


    • March 25, 2024 at 10:27:26 AM by Meredith

      Hi Eleanor,
      Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m trying to keep pushing forward. Some day’s are a little harder than others, but I’m sticking to it.
      Thank you for your comment.


  6. March 24, 2024 at 06:51:18 PM by Ernie

    Your points on creating a social media strategy are awesome! Other than my owned asset, I am stuck on step one. And yes, Linktree is truly amazing. Your Linktree looks great. I noticed that you have YouTube, TikTok and Facebook. Which one will be your primary asset and why did you choose that one as the primary. This post had a lot of value for me. Thank you!


    • March 25, 2024 at 10:51:57 AM by Meredith

      Hi Ernie,
      Thank you for that! I’m sure you will get there in time. Patience and determination goes a long way… I get stuck at times too, but try to regroup and then keep moving forward. I have decided to have TikTok as my primary platform, then Facebook, and YouTube. I picked TickTok as my main one for now because, it has a huge audience, encourages engagement, content can go viral easily so you’re seen faster. I will start here then dip into the others after I have mastered TikTok first. I hope this helps you a bit. Thank you for your comment.


  7. March 24, 2024 at 07:43:26 PM by Vanessa Lea

    Bravo Meredith!
    Looks GREAT! And fabulous information regarding the different social media sites. You are doing wonderfully. Keep up the good work!!


  8. March 24, 2024 at 09:55:49 PM by Marc

    Hi Meredith,
    Great job getting all of that done and great information regarding the different social media venues.
    I also like the fact that you mention that its important to master one of them at a time. Being able to focus on that development is definitely something to take heed of when starting out.
    All the best!


    • March 25, 2024 at 07:14:44 PM by Meredith

      Hi Marc,
      Thank you so much! I think one social media at a time is all I can handle right now… 😆
      Thanks for the comment.


  9. March 24, 2024 at 10:29:31 PM by Sherri Pulcino

    Good information given regarding LinkTree. I checked yours out and is very nice. Very pleasing to the eye. Ahh social media and, creating videos and posting them. I agree this can be daunting. But I have taken on the mantra “Just Do It”. We will get better the more videos we make. I look forward to your post next week and i just know you will do great with your videos.


    • March 25, 2024 at 07:18:18 PM by Meredith

      Hi Sherri,
      Thank you for your comment. Yes,the social media does have us all shook up, but like you said, once we get the first one under our belt it will be much easier after that. We will get there! Thanks again.


  10. March 25, 2024 at 04:24:06 PM by CJ


    A link tree page is a very valuable asset. It is also called a link and bio page. You did a great job pointing out the value that it brings to ones overall business. When one combines their link tree page with their social media profiles it becomes a great marketing tool.

    I look forward to being able to put a name with a face.

    You got this!


    • March 25, 2024 at 07:42:20 PM by Meredith

      HI CJ,
      Awww… Thank you so much! I appreciate it. I had just learned about a linktree and what it does. I had no idea before what the purpose of it was, let alone heard of one. It does have great value, and I’m so glad I know about it now. Thanks again, CJ!


  11. March 25, 2024 at 07:25:31 PM by Martin Lefebvre

    Hi Meredith! This is again a great post you have made! I like your Linktree. You reminded me I needed to maybe revamp a little of mine as I left it at its bare basic stage.
    Like you said, it’s really fun to feel the relief of getting a thing out of the to do list.
    I like also your “what did we learn today” section at the end of your blogs. Do your social media content like you write your blogs and I have no doubt you will succeed.
    Thank you!


    • March 25, 2024 at 07:49:18 PM by Meredith

      Hi Martin,
      Thank you so much! I’m glad I was able to remind you of your linktree and completing it. I hope you do, because it has great value for your business.
      I haven’t started my social media just yet, but I’m inching closer as I continue my research. Again, I appreciate your kind words… Thank you!


  12. March 27, 2024 at 06:05:13 AM by Nakina Lawson

    Hi, Meredith!
    Your Link Tree looks fabulous!
    I like where you outline six steps to consider for your strategy.
    Best of luck to you in beginning your video strategy! I can relate to being a little hesitant.


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