If you’re an athlete looking to take your social media game to the next level, Deejay Dallas’s Koji Link in Bio is a great place to look for inspiration and best practices.
Nicknamed “The Wolf,” Dallas is a running back for the Seattle Seahawks who is about to start his second season in the NFL. In addition to making an impact on the field, Deejay is always looking for better ways to engage his fanbase and build his online presence.
His Koji Link in Bio gives his fans a central place for all the ways they can connect with him and stay up to date.
Let’s take a look at Deejay’s Link in Bio, some of the mini-apps he is using, and how everything comes together to grow his brand on social media.
This is a screenshot of his Deejay’s Link in Bio. The first thing you’ll notice is the high-quality video background showcasing him during workout and practice. His Link in Bio has three highlights and four links. Not only is the whole thing easy to read, but, because he chose the outline style for his buttons, his video background is also fully visible.
Deejay’s Link in Bio includes a mix of personal links and mini-apps from the Koji App store. His most important links are featured at the top as Highlights.
At the top of his links, Deejay starts off strong with an Ask Me Anything App so his fans can ask him questions and view video responses on a wall. Ask Me Anything is an amazing app for engaging audiences and giving them a direct way to communicate with you.
He uses another Media Wall to host a video playlist of his workout routines. Athletes help other athletes, so in addition to getting his content viewed by other aspiring football players, he is also providing them with his own insights so that they can perform better on the field.
The great thing about posting these kinds of videos on your Koji Link in Bio is that your visitors can view your content and then go back to exploring your other offerings without getting distracted by recommendations on YouTube or other places. This technique, used by social media professionals, can lead to sessions that are 2-15 minutes longer than engagement on a traditional social media post.
Finally, Deejay created a football-themed game that his fans can play to compete for the top spot on the leaderboard. Games like this are great for sports fans and a way to add some fun and competition to your Link in Bio.
At the bottom of his Link in Bio are links to his social media accounts. This is a must for anyone using a Link in Bio, since it’s the central hub for your followers across all networks, including TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.
By combining content that he’s already created, like highlight reels and workout videos, with Koji Apps, Deejay has built a unique, engaging, and valuable Link in Bio.
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