A hyperlink is highlighted text that directs you to another URL when you click it. It allows you to place a URL within the text to save space. In the paragraph above, “Lolcat” and “your twitter handle” are examples of text that are hyperlinked.
Make it colorful
With your about.me page you can also edit the color of your links. Go to ‘Edit Your Page,’ and click on the ‘Colors’ tab. From there click the space that the arrow points to in order to edit the colors of your links.
Below are some great examples of about.me pages that do a great job of hyperlinking text to make their bio more interactive. Here, Ryan hyperlinks ‘work,’ ‘eat,’ and ‘play.’
Can’t figure out how to add links to your bio? See How to: Add a link within your bio.