Tiny.cc # MatchURL : No. 1 Premium URL Shortener

Tiny.cc # MatchURL : No. 1 Premium URL Shortener

30.Oct.2021

The Tiny.cc URL shortening service is a very easy, customizable way to link your shared links with a custom tag of your choice for branding purposes. Not only does Tiny.cc shorten the URLs you share, but they also provide detailed analysis and statistics on who clicks them and where they originate from. Whether it’s your personal or professional use, Tiny.cc has some interesting features that make it useful in both areas. 

 

Tiny.cc will let you sign up quickly by using either your Facebook account or email address (and letting you save preferences). Then simply add your web page by providing the full URL (or paste one in for reference while creating your new TinyURL), choose an ending (including .cm, .co, .li, .fm, .ws, and your custom), determine the time zone for stats breakdowns if needed, adjust view options for tracking or customize a URL tag of up to 30 characters.

Tiny.cc does not require an account as you can easily access all the link statistics from their website without one. However, if you create any links on Tiny.cc itself, whether it is adding a web page to shorten or just creating a shortened URL that you choose to delete later on (after using Tiny.cc’s copy feature), then they will track your usage history through your login activity. Every time someone clicks on one of your links, Tiny.cc records these details: who clicked them (anonymously) and where they came from (city, country, search engine or referring site including any ads displayed on it). You can also see the time of click and map locations as well as some other information like browser and operating system.

Tiny.cc offers you a lot of options to manage your statistics and track who clicks your links. These include:

 

• Edit or delete any URL that you’ve created

• View entire link history with date, time and number of clicks

• Use the search function to find specific URLs quickly based on tags you’ve assigned to them, their expiration date, whether they have been shortened by other Tiny.cc users, or when they were created

• Manage your short status so that the service only publishes shortened URLs on your main domain

• Manage, filter, tag and search through all of your links. If you don’t see what you are looking for, click “more” or request something new

• Export data or print a page of metrics in CSV format

• Use the Tiny.cc API to integrate more features into programs like WordPress blog posts

Tiny.cc offers several useful features that make it practical for both personal and professional use. It is fast, easy to use, flexible with statistics tracking features that let you keep an eye on where traffic is coming from and when people are clicking your links. Tiny.cc even provides a unique feature in their custom URL endings which makes creating a custom URL a snap. If you have any questions about using Tiny.cc or need help with anything, their website has an extensive knowledge base which can answer your most common questions on registration, tagging, analytics and more.

Tiny.cc also offers affiliate programs for those who want to spread the word about this service and see some extra money from it.

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Comparison Chart: Tiny.cc vs Bitly by Zac Johnson, Founder of Blogging Tips

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TinyURL was one of the first URL shortening services available, and it has been around since 2005 (see more history here ). Since its launch the service has gone through several changes, including being acquired by the popular social media site About.me in 2011.

This is a screenshot of the About.me website:

About.me was launched in 2010 and its goal was to help people create an online presence for themselves using "about me" pages that highlight their professional experience, personal interests, or anything else they want to share with the world. The home page has since been redesigned to present users with various options for creating an about me page , but many of them are still focused on sharing personal information rather than promoting webpages or blogs. The company also provides other useful tools like address books, calendars, diaries or scrapbooks that are powered by cloud storage software . TinyURL originally started as a free URL shortening service that allowed users to create custom short URLs for sharing purposes, but it now offers a paid pro plan as well. The basic free account still provides the primary features like quick and easy URL shortening , basic link statistics, and an option for making your links private (to hide them from search engines) or public (which makes them easier to discover by search engines).

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FTC Guidelines: Help Keep The FTC Awesome! by Kelli Marshall, Staff Writer at The Branding Iron

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In the course of reading blogs and online news sites every day, I am constantly amazed by how many web-based companies neglect to include one specific piece of information somewhere on their homepage that could potentially keep them from getting in trouble with the

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