Posting Clickable Images on Facebook Will Help Your Brand S-H-I-N-E Bright (Like a Diamond?)

I was recently scrolling through my Facebook Feed and I noticed that Los Angeles Magazine had clickable images that led directly to their website, sans ugly URLs. I had to get to the bottom of this!


I did a little research and discovered that you can use this website to generate a link that allows you to create these clickable images. Below is a video that walks you through the entire process. The video is hard to watch sometimes, but stick with it. I promise it helps.


I was so excited to share this tip with you that I haven't even tried it myself yet. I hope to practice using this blog post to share with my fans on Facebook.


Oh and some of you might be asking--Why is this even important, seems like a waste of time?--Well, the more barriers your audience has, the less likely they will do what you are asking them to do. If you make it easier for them to click a link--they will be more likely to do it. Email me if you need further clarification.

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