How to Avoid Missing Opportunities for Stream Growth

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If you're trying to grow your stream and other social media platforms, you'll want to be sure that you have the right links on your different social media platforms. This way people know to follow you on TikTok, Twitch, Instagram, and any others. Yet, most social media only allow for you to have one link in your bio.

In this article, you'll learn how to create one link that highlights all of your social media accounts and platforms that you can include on all of your accounts.

If you go to Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok, you'll see that you can only have one link in your bio. What you want to do to get around this is to create one link that includes links to all of your social media accounts for people to be able to check out. 

What this Site Looks Like

For t when you go to my social media accounts and click on the link in my bio, it brings you to a page just like the one below. 

LASCurry Page

This site tells you a little bit about me and tells you where to find me on other platforms and channels. It also has some links and embedded videos that people can click on to directly view some of my content and help the videos get more views.

Today, I'll be showing you how to get this set up for yourself. 

Choosing Your Plan

To get this set up, it's completely free. There are additional features that you can pay for if you would like, but setting up this link with all of your accounts is free. 

Today, we'll be using As you can see, they are the 'One Bio Link for Everything'. Site Homepage

When you look at the pricing page, you can see that there are four different pricing plans.

Subscription Photos 1 and 2
Subscription Plans 3 and 4

The first option is free which is more than enough to utilize and get started. 

Personally, I use the 'Entrepreneur' plan which is $6/month or $5/month billed annually ($60/year). 

There is also a $1/month plan (Personal) and a $10/month plan (Professional). 

You can of course choose whichever plan that you feel works best for you, but the free one is more than enough to get started and have this looking professional. 

Setting up your Page

Once you've chosen your plan and created your account, you'll be brought to a page just like the one below. 

My Page Tab

The first thing that you're going to want to do is add your 'Display Name' and then upload a photo here as well. 

You can add your location if you want, but instead, I use this space to say 'Live Streaming Coach'. This section can be used as a small bio or as a place to put your username, really anything you want it to be. Then, you're also going to want to add your bio below. 

Adjusting the Appearance Settings

The appearance settings are where you'll be able to customize everything. 

You can decide on your page's 'Accent Color', 'Font', 'Theme', and more. 

For the font, I'm using 'Roboto Mono'. 

As for the theme, I like to use the 'Void' option. 

When you see the buttons that say 'Square' and 'Round', these are for the buttons that link to your different social media accounts. 

The 'Favicon' option is what will show up at the top of the screen as the icon next to the site title. 


Adding your photo here will help your page to look more professional and put together. This can be the same image as your profile picture. 

You'll also want to have 'Branding' turned on 

Links and Embed Settings

For the 'Links and Embed' section, you'll have the option to add links, sections, and embeds. 

'Add New' Options

To add a link, you'll type in the URL. 

For me, I'll add my Twitch link which will look like ''. To do this yourself, you'll just replace the username at the end of the URL.

You can also leave the Twitch logo here or you could change this to be a custom thumbnail. I typically just leave it as it is. 

Where there is the option to include a title, I typically use this space to say something like, "Live Monday-Friday at 9 P.M. EST." So, you could include a bit of your schedule or give a brief description as to why someone should click on your link. 

I also am sure to turn on 'Highlight'. If you want to see what this looks like, you can hit save, come back to your page, refresh it, and see what the highlight does. This will add a glowing box around the icon for the link that will draw people's attention to it. 

Highlight Feature

For me, I have Stream Designz, so that people know where they can get great, professional overlays highlighted. 

Now, when someone clicks on your Twitch link, it will take them right to your page. You'll follow these same steps to add the rest of your links because again, you're not restricted to only having one link here. 

Adding Sections

One thing that I like to do is add sections to divide things up a little bit. 

Again, you can add this at the top of the page where it says 'Add New'. 

You can add an accent color and a title that will help distinguish this section from the others. 

Let's say you want to make a section for your recently posted videos. You could title this 'Most Recent Videos'. 

Once I add this, I'll drag it down to the bottom of the page to be above 'Youtube (embed)'. 

Section Addedu

Now, if I hit 'Save' and then come back to the top of the page and press 'Preview', I'll be able to see what this looks like.

Section in Preview Tab

If you pull up the site itself, you'll be able to see the embedded video under the title.

Section and Embedded Video on Site

You can really start to see that this is looking professional and well put together at this point. 

Embedding Videos

Next, I'll explain how to embed your live streams or YouTube videos here as well. 

Again, this is going to help draw people to your content and help you to get more new viewers. 

To start, we'll go back over to the 'Editor', select 'Add New', and then press 'Embed'. This is where you're going to add your URL. 

I'll come to my YouTube channel and find a video that I want to use. I'm just going to be using my most recent video. 

I'll press 'Share' and then copy the URL. Then, you'll come back to your page and paste the URL here. 

If you want, you can make the title the same as the title of your video. Once you've finished adding these things, you'll press 'Done'.

Now, you'll grab this and drag it down into the 'Most Recent Video' section. Press 'Save' and now if you go back to your page, you'll be able to see that it has been added

Second Video Embedded

You can even watch it directly on this page and still get views for it. 

Again, this is all going to help make your page look more professional and it's a great link to include on your social media accounts. 

I definitely encourage you to use a tool like this if you're sending your Twitch, Instagram, or YouTube. It will help you to gain more followers and views across multiple platforms and give people easier access to all of your content. 

If you want to learn how to grow your stream and go full-time as a streamer, check out this video here. I walk you through step-by-step what I would do if I only had ten hours a week to grow my stream in one year. 

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