Thoughts on business, entrepreneurship, and life from a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and writer.
I suspect if tinyurl cares, they can easily bolt this sort of thing on. And it's a well established service.
I agree that TinyURL should dominate the market. But if so, why do Snurl, is.gd, etc. exist? I also think the analytics that Cli.gs offers are non-trivial to implement.I'm already using cli.gs links for some of my own activities, just for the tracking.
There is another interesting service that tracks and short URLs.I'm trying it as a Free user but there is also a PRO version with mutch more features (I suppose).www.clickmeter.com
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