phpShort: URL Shortener Platform # matchurl

phpShort: URL Shortener Platform # matchurl

09.Oct.2021

A common problem that arises on shortening links is that it is very difficult to know the number of visits that any given link has received. With Laralink, you can solve this issue by setting up events for your links. 

 

Events are small pieces of code placed in the source of your URL which collect data about visits and users who click them through Google Analytics or any other analytics platform. You can find more information on how to set up an event here .

 

To see some examples of URLs with events, check out these links:

This brings up the benefit of Google Analytics integration, which allows us to see information about visits and users who click links in real time. As you can imagine, this data is highly valuable for marketing purposes, which makes it easier to know what your target audience wants so you can create more content that will be in line with their interests! For instance, after analysing the statistics shown on the website, we have found out that visitors from New York are most interested by tech-related articles.

This is a huge advantage for our marketing purposes because we can create content that will be more appealing to people from New York. With the events, you can also gain valuable information about your visitors such as location, operating system and browser they are using, etc. In this way, you'll know what kind of content or links might be more attractive to them!

What's more, with Laralink's new Funnel Report , you can track conversions on each link under a certain domain name. This means that if someone visits a website through one of its short urls and then ends up buying something or subscribing for their newsletter, the Funnel Report will show all data related to this first visit. This way you'll be able to know which links are leading people to your website and therefore, creating the most conversions!

To see an example of Funnel Report, check out this link:

Another great feature is custom URLs; you can make up your own short link names without having the need for other users to create them through the admin interface. It's perfect for linking important content that has a very long URL or that you don't want everyone to easily know about. You can also use it for specific campaigns, offers or discounts your brand may be running at some point.

Finally, did we mention? Well, Laralink is free!

 

Article background information [to use as knowledge, not to be copied verbatim]: Laralink is a link shortener which allows you to manage links from a simple dashboard with advanced analytics. Users can create short links from other more complex and long URLs. Links can also be created by anonymous users; in this case, analysis of visits for all links will only be visible from the admin panel. The installation is very fast and simple—you just have to have a database ready, then unzip the files on your server and access the installation wizard through the browser.

Once the installation wizard is accessed, you'll just have to follow simple steps in order to configure Laralink. Finally, another feature offered by this tool is custom URLs; you can make up your own short link names without having the need for other users to create them through the admin interface.

 

 

About Author: The article has been written by Laralink's support team and it's also available on their website. You can find more information about this platform and its features on the webpage linked in the reference section.

 

 

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About Author: The article author is Privatejoker from online gaming forum . He has written his own guide for this tool, considering it of great benefit to him. He loves sharing knowledge with others so he decided to share his insights on how you can use Laralink on his website.

 

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