How to Make Your Link in Bio Pop with Linkpop

Business owners know that their brand doesn’t live on a single URL anymore. Between your social channels, apps, marketplaces, and content—not to mention your online shop—your brand works best when it lives and thrives on multiple platforms.

That’s why link in bio tools have exploded in popularity, especially for businesses and creators. These tools, such as Shopify’s Linkpop, Linktree, or Lnk.Bio, let you curate a list of links on a custom landing page with a simplified URL.

They’re called “link in bio” because that’s the phrase people often post in social media captions. Because you can’t put a link in an Instagram or TikTok caption, you instead direct people to click the link in the bio on your profile page. ​​Traditionally, that just might be a link to a single store or YouTube page, but link in bio tools allow you to do so much more with that one, valuable link.

A link in bio tool worth using

Shopify’s Linkpop offers big advantages over other services, combining the usual link organization capabilities with ecommerce features. This is important because having an online audience or business means you’ve built an ecosystem. It’s not rare for a creator to simultaneously be running a Facebook page, an Instagram profile, a TikTok profile, and perhaps even a YouTube page or Twitch stream. Maybe you also have content on a blog, a newsletter, or a landing page you’ve worked really hard on.

With Shopify’s Linkpop, you can take the guesswork out of deciding what link to highlight on various bios on your online profiles. Linkpop is that one place where your audience and customers can find you, every place you are. It’s also a way to highlight products and categories on your Shopify site so customers find exactly what they’re looking for.

Whether you’re looking to elevate your social media presence or convert your followers into customers, Linkpop is the perfect link in bio tool that could double as a sales channel. We know this because customers are more than twice as likely to buy from a shoppable link on Linkpop compared to other link in bio tools.

Illustration with text reading "Shoppers are 2x more likely to buy through Linkpop"

Why Linkpop?

Linkpop is the winning option for those looking to turn audiences into customers and there are so many reasons creators, brands, and influencers love it.


It’s completely free to start a Linkpop page to curate your top links. You’ll need a Shopify account to get started, but you won’t need to be on a paid plan. You can use it to highlight websites, blogs, playlists, and more. Once you’re ready to feature and sell your products online, link your Shopify store to add purchase buttons and make your link in bio shoppable. 


Unlike Instagram or TikTok, Linkpop lets you customize your page to match your personal style. Choose colors that match your branding, select a font that complements your content, add a logo, social media icons, and more. You also get to choose your own custom URL, like or

Linkpop was super fast and easy to set up. I love how it will elevate our customers’ shopping experience from Instagram!

Lindsay and Tegan at Pink House

Once your free page is set up, you can start curating your selection of links. Feature new products, sale items, your latest creations, or links to your inspirations—anything that you want to share with your audience. You can even add your favorite Spotify playlist, latest podcast picks, or trending YouTube videos.

You’re also not limited to one page—you can go ahead and create additional pages for all of the online identities you manage. Linkpop includes up to five accounts, which is perfect for social media managers, people maintaining more than one brand, or even those who just want to keep their personal and professional web presence separated.


Every business needs a swift and efficient checkout process and Linkpop provides that with great ease.

Michael from Neter Gold

Linkpop’s biggest advantage for entrepreneurs and creators is shoppable links. Integrate your products directly onto your Linkpop page and customers can shop without even having to visit your website. Every shoppable link includes a “buy it now” button, bypassing the cart and allowing your customers to buy in just three clicks thanks to the power of Shop Pay.

Image depicting interface of Linkpop shoppable link for an enamel pin of a donut as product.

If you’re using Shopify, your entire catalog of products will be automatically available to add to your Linkpop. That adds a whole new sales channel before a customer even visits your store’s website. And since Linkpop is powered by Shopify, your customers will enjoy a fast and secure checkout experience that is already trusted by millions of merchants around the world.

Linkpop has become a must-have in all our bios for social – the added option to have product pictures has helped drive sales.

Liza from Station Cold Brew

To start using shoppable links on your Linkpop page, you’ll need a Shopify plan starting as low as $9 USD/month.


Linkpop is a one-stop-shop for your audience to find all your social channels.. Linkpop is compatible with every major social network including: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, TikTok, Pinterest, LinkedIn.

Linkpop user interface depicting a Linkpop URL being copied and pasted into Instagram social bio

Linkpop also seamlessly connects with your Shopify store and provides full media support for both YouTube and Spotify. And while social media is the main place you’re likely to be sharing, you can also use Linkpop in email, text messages, and anywhere else you can paste or type in a URL. So basically, it works everywhere.

Linkpop makes it easy to share my blog posts and products in the same place in an organized fashion! It’s made a huge difference for my business.

Lauren from Lauren Fit Foodie

You can also use our QR code generator to add your unique URL to a QR code. Then all you have to do is print the code on stickers, flyers, posters, billboards, or anywhere else you want to attract customers and build interest in your offerings. People who see it can scan it with their smartphones and start shopping right away.


Knowledge is power. The more you know about how your visitors are interacting with your content, the better. That’s why Linkpop gives you free analytics tools that let you learn from the behaviors and choices of your visitors.

Linkpop dashboard analytics showing total sales, page views, and link clicks with demo numbers.

Linkpop can tell you how many people have visited your profile, what links they clicked, and how many clicks you got per visit on average. You can even graph sales over time to see which months are your money makers. Other link in bio tools typically require a premium membership to provide detailed analytics like these.

When you understand the data behind your audience, you can adjust your tactics to capture more attention, build your following, and make more sales.

Ready to claim your URL?

The Linkpop link in bio tool from Shopify is free and ready for you to start using today. Setup is quick and painless—go from sign up to launch in just a few minutes—then start sharing your unique Linkpop URL far and wide. Build your audience, show off your creativity, and make more sales with Linkpop!

How to make your link in bio with Linkpop in 5 steps

To get started, go to and sign in with a Shopify identity. If you don’t already have one, you can create it for free. If you already have a Shopify store, simply use your login email and your Linkpop can be connected with your product catalog in one click.

Once you’re in, you can get to the fun part.

Step 1: Set up your profile

In the Profile tab, you can customize the look of your Linkpop page.

Here, you can change the font, background color, and font color to match your existing branding.

Next, you’ll be able to claim the URL for your Linkpop, which will be Once you’ve chosen the name, it can’t be changed, so choose something simple like your store name, or your name if you’re a creator.

You’ll also set a profile picture, which could be your logo, and the page’s title. Next, you’ll fill in a bio. For consistency, you can use the same bio you use on a social media site, such as Instagram.

All your changes will show in a mobile-sized preview on the same page. Remember to hit “Publish” to save your progress.

Step 2: Add your social channels

In the Social media tab, you can link to your various social media channels.

When you populate these fields, each site’s icon will appear on your Linkpop with a link to that page. There’s also an option to link to a Shopify store from one of these icons.

Take a look at how Paper Cloth Plus set up its icons, with links to its shop, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, and Twitter profiles.

If you want to draw attention to a particular social media profile, you can link to it again in the Links tab. We recommend including the social media app’s icon again to make it clear where that link will go.

You can also use the Links tab to build a link to a particular social media post, such as a popular TikTok or YouTube video, to highlight it.

Step 3: Add your store link

Although there’s an icon for your shop link, it’s a good idea to add it in the links section as well.

In the Links tab, you can create a button link to any URL or to any product in your shop. You should start with a link to your shop’s homepage, but you can also get more creative than that by adding links to things such as:

  • Individual product categories
  • Sale pages
  • Seasonal items
  • New releases

Jack & Bo, for example, included links to its Play collection, as well as new arrivals. 

You can judge what to include based on what your top selling categories are, or look at your shop’s metrics to see which categories are visited the most.

Step 4: Add product links

With an integrated Shopify store, you can add buttons for individual products that you sell.

It’s not a good idea to include everything, but you could choose to highlight:

  • Your top seller
  • A product you’ve recently posted on social media
  • A new product

Sugardoh, for example, has its core product—classic sugaring paste—front and center so it’s one of the first things a customer sees when they open the brand’s Linkpop.

Again, with Shop Pay, customers can select a product and check out in only a few clicks.

Step 5: Get creative

Links to your social media, store, and products are all items you should definitely include, but you can think outside the box, too.

Consider adding links to:

  • Customer reviews
  • Press coverage
  • Blog posts
  • Your newsletter sign-up page
  • Your retail locations
  • Your business’ story or founder’s bio
  • Your contact information
  • Marketplaces you sell on

For inspiration, take a look at the Linkpop for Pink House, which goes beyond the basics and gives customers a fuller picture of what the brand is all about.

Make those links pop

Let’s review by taking a look at one last example. This is the Linkpop for Station, a brand that makes cold brew and cold brew concentrate.

With Station’s link in bio profile, a potential customer can easily find (and in one place!) links for:

  • Station’s social media profiles
  • Top-selling products
  • Station’s subscription service
  • Where to buy at retail stores
  • Information for new customers

Plus, it tells us that its link in bio built with Linkpop is having a positive impact on sales.

“Linkpop has become a must-have in all our bios for social—the added option to have product pictures has helped drive sales,” Station told us.

Using a link in bio tool puts your most important information in one place, and it can change as your business changes. You can reshuffle your links at any time or add new ones according to what’s selling, what’s trending, and what you want customers to see right now. By monitoring your analytics, you can strategically optimize as you go.

You’ve put time into growing your business across the web, and with a link in bio tool you can bring it all home.

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