Sometimes it's a good idea to post links under your own domain, so that you can change the link's target when it's needed.
For example, I have a Ko-Fi page at https://ko-fi.com/dtinth(opens new window) but I never link to that URL directly; I use http://link.dt.in.th/coffee(opens new window) instead. Should I ever decide to use something else, I only need to change the link destination.
One simple, low-code way to accomplish this is use Netlify's redirect feature.
Create a GitHub repo and create a file
/youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClKPjyxFSkk_dPg6YzN0Miw/ 302 /coffee https://ko-fi.com/dtinth 302
Create a Netlify site linking to the GitHub repo and set up your domain.
There is no step 3.
_redirects file(opens new window) has a simple, machine-and-human-readable, plain-text format. To add or change links, just update the file on GitHub. I find this approach powerful because I can also update this file programmatically using GitHub's API(opens new window), and teams can collaborate on this file like how they collaborate on code.