SU.PR # matchurl

SU.PR # matchurl

13.Oct.2021

SU.PR is a free link shortening service that was created by StumbleUpon,  the popular website that recommends other websites to users based on their interests. The site provides shortened links for Twitter and Facebook. So, if you are one of those people who uses both social media outlets frequently, this tool will be very useful to you. You simply go to SU.PR's homepage (see link below) and click "Go To Twitter" or "Go To Facebook", depending on which site you want to use your newly shortened URL with. Then, type in your long web address into the box provided under the appropriate heading and choose "Shorten". Your new, much shorter link will then appear next to where you entered your older address; it is that simple. If you want to check out another website, go back to the home page and click the appropriate link again (you may need to refresh your browser if it gives you an error after following these steps).

Shorten links for Twitter and Facebook with SU.PR

SU.PR also offers visitors other features on its website that are not specific to shortening links or using them in social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook. For example, there is a feature called Traffic Stats which allows you to see how many clicks your shortened link has received so far; this can be very useful if you are trying to get views for another website or post that you have created. The service also has an RSS tool which will keep track of any feeds you have associated with it and provide you with a shortened URL for each feed URL you enter.

SU.PR is very easy to use, which makes its services very useful if you want something that requires little effort on your part – all of the work will be done by the service itself! Plus, as mentioned before, SU.PR is owned by StumbleUpon so there is no need to worry about whether or not the site is legitimate; it definitely is and offers many great features.

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