Create mobile web pages in a flash with this easy-to-use software


Create concise advertising materials without ever leaving your iPhone using this app.
Build and manage targeted microsites with no web design experience necessary.
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Why spend dozens of hours or thousands of dollars building mobile websites to showcase your brand? Linkcard lets you quickly design one-page micro websites that are optimized for mobile and easy to share.

And for a limited time, a lifetime Linkcard Professional Plan is on sale for just $49.99 (regularly $478).

Create mobile-optimized webpages without coding

Whether for social media, advertising your business or promoting your portfolio, Linkcard is a simple way to create a concise webpage for any purpose. You can access designer-made templates and and your own images in seconds. Then, you can tweak them with your chosen colors, text and font styles to create bespoke mobile web pages.

Once your page is complete, just add the link to your bio on social media or anywhere else you want to get out the word.

Linkcard hosts all your mini web pages for free. Plus, you can connect your own domain and organize your content from your Linkcard dashboard.

You can even track your microsites’ performance with Linkcard’s built-in analytics (along with Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel). This data will give you greater insight into your content’s performance and help you determine how to grow your business.

Save on a lifetime Linkcard Professional Plan

Create marketing materials that are as easy to make as they are to read. For a limited time, get a lifetime subscription to the Linkcard Professional Plan on sale for $49.99 (regularly $478).

Prices subject to change.


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