Long, unruly links look suspicious #matchurl

Long, unruly links look suspicious #matchurl

23.Sep.2021

Long, unruly links look suspicious

Oversized URLs will look clunky pretty much anywhere you use it—in social posts, shared via text, pasted into an email. 

 

A very long URL may also cause formatting problems on some websites or in some applications. For instance, Twitter limits text headlines to 70 characters. If your link is too long for a tweet, readers won’t be able to see the beginning of the headline, and they may become hesitant clicking it. In addition, most Facebook post previews show 60–100 characters from a link headline before truncating the rest of the text with ellipsis – if your link isn’t short enough to fit in that space it might get cut off entirely!

 

But worse than that, long URLs also look super suspicious. With so many letters and backslashes and numbers and question marks, anything could happen when we click that link! Anything!

 

Keep things looking neat, tidy and, well, friendly with a URL that’s as short as possible.

 

 

 

 

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Long, unruly links look suspicious (Article title as it will appear on Google and other search engines).

Oversized URLs will look clunky pretty much anywhere you use it – in social posts, shared via text, pasted into an email.

A very long URL may also cause formatting problems on some websites or in some applications. For instance, Twitter limits text headlines to 70 characters. If your link is too long for a tweet, readers won’t be able to see the beginning of the headline, and they may become hesitant clicking it. In addition, most Facebook post previews show 60–100 characters from a link headline before truncating the rest of the text with ellipsis – if your link isn’t short enough to fit in that space it might get cut off entirely!

But worse than that, long URLs also look super suspicious. With so many letters and backslashes and numbers and question marks, anything could happen when we click that link! Anything!

Keep things looking neat, tidy and, well, friendly with a URL that’s as short as possible.

 

/Long, unruly links look suspicious

Oversized URLs will look clunky pretty much anywhere you use it – in social posts, shared via text, pasted into an email.

A very long URL may also cause formatting problems on some websites or in some applications. For instance, Twitter limits text headlines to 70 characters. If your link is too long for a tweet, readers won’t be able to see the beginning of the headline, and they may become hesitant clicking it. In addition, most Facebook post previews show 60–100 characters from a link headline before truncating the rest of the text with ellipsis – if your link isn’t short enough to fit in that space it might get cut off entirely!

But worse than that, long URLs also look super suspicious. With so many letters and backslashes and numbers and question marks, anything could happen when we click that link! Anything!

Keep things looking neat, tidy and, well, friendly with a URL that’s as short as possible.

 

/Long, unruly links look suspicious (Article title if it will be pasted somewhere else) Oversized URLs will look clunky pretty much anywhere you use it – in social posts, shared via text, pasted into an email. A very long URL may also cause formatting problems on some websites or in some applications. For instance, Twitter limits text headlines to 70 characters. If your link is too long for a tweet, readers won’t be able to see the beginning of the headline, and they may become hesitant clicking it. In addition, most Facebook post previews show 60–100 characters from a link headline before truncating the rest of the text with ellipsis – if your link isn’t short enough to fit in that space it might get cut off entirely! But worse than that, long URLs also look super suspicious. With so many letters and backslashes and numbers and question marks, anything could happen when we click that link! Anything! Keep things looking neat, tidy and, well, friendly with a URL that’s as short as possible.

Long URLs are linked text for an article to use on social media outlets or emailing it to someone. Oversized URLs will look clunky pretty much anywhere you use it – in social posts, shared via text, pasted into an email. A very long URL may also cause formatting problems on some websites or in some applications. For instance, Twitter limits text headlines to 70 characters. If your link is too long for a tweet, readers won’t be able to see the beginning of the headline, and they may become hesitant clicking it. In addition, most Facebook post previews show 60–100 characters from a link headline before truncating the rest of the text with ellipsis – if your link isn’t short enough to fit in that space it might get cut off entirely! But worse than that, long URLs also look super suspicious. With so many letters and backslashes and numbers and question marks, anything could happen when we click that link! Anything! Keep things looking neat, tidy and, well, friendly with a URL that’s as short as possible. Long URLs are linked text for an article to use on social media outlets or emailing it to someone. Oversized URLs will look clunky pretty much anywhere you use it – in social posts, shared via text, pasted into an email. A very long URL may also cause formatting problems on some websites or in some applications. For instance, Twitter limits text headlines to 70 characters. If your link is too long for a tweet, readers won’t be able to see the beginning of the headline, and they may become hesitant clicking it.<br><br>In addition, most Facebook post previews show 60–100 characters from a link headline before truncating the rest of the text with ellipsis – if your link isn’t short enough to fit in that space it might get cut off entirely! But worse than that, long URLs also look super suspicious. With so many letters and backslashes and numbers and question marks, anything could happen when we click that link! Anything! Keep things looking neat, tidy and, well, friendly with a URL that’s as short as possible.

 

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