Link Shortening a Shortened Link

Link Shortening a Shortened Link

13.Sep.2021

What do you think of when someone says "Double Redirect"?

 

Most people I ask would reply it has something to do with web design or programming.

 

"It's about time!" is what most people say, but they'd be wrong. 

 

A double redirect is two links redirecting to one link that then redirects again (that sounds confusing). Instead of letting the third website handle the page load, the first website is doing all the work. That's not fair! Here's why: http://tinyurl.com/3mox8p8 .

So next time you shorten a link, make sure it doesn't lead to another shortened URL so your readers can avoid this frustration | Want to ask Anne a question? http://tinyurl.com/7a4fj8j .

 

Article end, thank you for reading!

 

What do you think of when someone says "Double Redirect"? A double redirect is two links redirecting to one link that then redirects again (that sounds confusing). Instead of letting the third website handle the page load, the first website is doing all the work. That's not fair! Here's why: http://tinyurl.com/3mox8p8 . So next time you shorten a link, make sure it doesn't lead to another shortened URL so your readers can avoid this frustration | Want to ask Anne a question? http://tinyurl.com/7a4fj8j . Article end, thank you for reading!

 

 

 

This is a pet peeve of mine. Ever click on a link and it is taking forever for the page to load? That could be because you’re facing a double redirect – or the site is just really slow to load.

Basically the link you click on is sending people from one URL to another, then to a third. It should happen instantly so that it goes unnoticed. If you are going to shorten a link, make sure it’s the end destination and not someone else’s already shortened URL.

Title: Link Shortening a Shortened Link

Article start]

What do you think of when someone says "Double Redirect"? Most people I ask would reply it has something to do with web design or programming.

 

"It's about time!" is what most people say, but they'd be wrong. A double redirect is two links redirecting to one link that then redirects again (that sounds confusing). Instead of letting the third website handle the page load, the first website is doing all the work. That's not fair! Here's why: http://tinyurl.com/3mox8p8 .

So next time you shorten a link, make sure it doesn't lead to another shortened URL so your readers can avoid this frustration | Want to ask Anne a question? http://tinyurl.com/7a4fj8j .

Article end, thank you for reading!

 

Most people I ask would reply it has something to do with web design or programming. "It's about time!" is what most people say, but they'd be wrong. A double redirect is two links redirecting to one link that then redirects again (that sounds confusing). Instead of letting the third website handle the page load, the first website is doing all the work. That's not fair! Here's why: http://tinyurl.com/3mox8p8 . So next time you shorten a link, make sure it doesn't lead to another shortened URL so your readers can avoid this frustration | Want to ask Anne a question? http://tinyurl.com/7a4fj8j . Article end, thank you for reading!

 

A double redirect is two links redirecting to one link that then redirects again (that sounds confusing). Instead of letting the third website handle the page load, the first website is doing all the work. That's not fair! Here's why: http://tinyurl.com/3mox8p8 . So next time you shorten a link, make sure it doesn't lead to another shortened URL so your readers can avoid this frustration | Want to ask Anne a question? http://tinyurl.com/7a4fj8j .Article end , thank you for reading!

This is a pet peeve of mine. Ever click on a link and it is taking forever for the page to load? That could be because you’re facing a double redirect – or the site is just really slow to load.

Basically the link you click on is sending people from one URL to another, then to a third. It should happen instantly so that it goes unnoticed. If you are going to shorten a link, make sure it’s the end destination and not someone else’s already shortened URL.

Title: Link Shortening a Shortened Link

Article start] What do you think of when someone says "Double Redirect"? Most people I ask would reply it has something to do with web design or programming.

"It's about time!" is what most people say, but they'd be wrong. A double redirect is two links redirecting to one link that then redirects again (that sounds confusing). Instead of letting the third website handle the page load, the first website is doing all the work. That's not fair! Here's why: http://tinyurl.com/3mox8p8 . So next time you shorten a link, make sure it doesn't lead to another shortened URL so your readers can avoid this frustration | Want to ask Anne a question? http://tinyurl.com/7a4fj8j .

Article end , thank you for reading!

This should explain what a double-redirect means and why we should know about them:

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