Putting a LinkedIn profile URL in your email signature is becoming more common, but doesn’t work so smoothly on mobile devices. On iPhone or Android-enabled phones, LinkedIn URLs push users to the mobile site rather than the application, even if the app is installed on the phone.
URLgenius has fixed that problem. By using URLgenius professionals can create a deep links to their LinkedIn profile. Any iOS user who clicks on your URLgenius link will be deep linked to your profile on the LinkedIn app. Users no longer have to deal with annoying login pages, and can effortlessly connect with you via mobile. It’s just smart networking. Right now URLgenius supports deep linking on iOS for professional profiles. Links will function for Android users, but be directed to LinkedIn’s mobile website. Improved support for Android deep linking, and additional content like company profiles and group pages, will be available soon.
SAMPLE EMAIL SIGNATURE Brian Klais CEO – Pure Oxygen
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URLgenius supports deep linking to most social platforms. See these “how-to” articles for more information:
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For more information about URLgenius see these these FAQs and use cases.
If you have any questions about mobile app deep linking to any type of app for iOS or Android or if you need support setting up a test contact us we are happy to help!
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