8 Best URL Shorteners

Url shorteners have become a necessity if you want to use Twitter to it’s fullest extent. Although there are many available, here is a list of:

8 Best URL Shorteners

1. bit.ly

 

Bit.ly is the most popular and one of the oldest URL shorteners. It offers instant tracking, stats, and the ability to have vanity URLs that signify your brand.

 

 

2. goo.gl

Goo.gl is the official URL shorteners from Google. It’s one of the newer URL shorteners on the block, but it’s becoming quite popular on Twitter. It allows you to track when your shortened URLs were created and how many clicks they’ve received.

3. Owl.ly

This is the official HootSuite URL shortener, which can be used as a stand-alone shortener on the web, or while logged on to the HootSuite dashboard on the web or mobile. This is one of the most popular url shorteners.

 

4. Su.pr

Su.pr is StumbleUpon’s official URL shortener. It allows you to syndicate content to StumbleUpon, Facebook and Twitter at the same time, suggests the best time of day to post, and allows you to schedule posts in the future.  Very popular in the Url shortners.

 

 

 

URL shorteners such as this:

– Help to Increase traffic.
– Real time analytics showing how many people click through the links and how many people came through StumbleUpon.
– Suggest the best posting time based on past data.
– Tells the number of retweets and reviews.
– History Viewer.
– Sharing functionality

 

5.  Budurl:

 

 

 Budurl comes with lot of additional premium features apart from just being one of the many url shorteners. It also:

 

– Emails to prospects & clients
– QR Code integration for print campaigns
– Use their Mobile Micro-Sites to drive traffic for mobile campaigns
– Schedule your Tweets
– Detailed stats of Blog posts & comments on sites
– Links to PDFs and other files on my website and in emails
– Affiliate links
– Advertising links

 

6.  Tinyurl:

  

– Browser toolbar

– Hide Affiliate URLs

– Preview Feature

 

 7. Lnk.co (ReduceLnk)

This URL shortener service offers an interesting proposition: make money by tweeting shortlinks. Although it does allow you to use its service without this, if you register, you can apparently earn money when people click on the links you shorten. We haven’t tried this out, but the idea is pretty neat.

8. fur.ly

This one gets points for a pretty cute name, but fur.ly also has a unique method of shortening links. It allows you to input multiple links at once and shortens them into a single URL. When clicked, a fur.ly link will bring you to a web page that shows each link in sequence.

 

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