How to create a shortened URL # Matchurl

How to create a shortened URL # Matchurl


Let us start this topic with a basic question. Why do you need to shorten URLs? The main reason behind shortening URLs is because it makes the link easier.   Nowadays, people are sharing links on an everyday basis. Whether it be social media or forums, users are required to create links to make their point understandable.

To share these links the users usually copy the URL and share it. But, these long URLs are difficult to understand by anyone who is not familiar with the particular topic. For example, if I tell you this link what will your response be? Probably, you won’t understand anything about that website! The reason behind this is that most of us are used to visiting URLs which are easy to read and remember even without understanding the content inside them.

These URLS can fit into our minds in an instant. So have a look at some of these short links:

So, you can see how these URLs are easy to understand and remember! But the thing is that not all people create such shorter links which can be easily understandable by everyone. Most of them use complete non-understandable URLs which look like a mess!

Now, to solve this problem many websites have started providing free URL shorteners or paid ones as well! These paid or free online shorten URL websites provide you with a unique link for your website and once you share it other people will be able to see a shortened version of your link. This will make the entire process easier and faster!

Now, let’s look at some of the most common paid and free online URL shorteners:

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Often you might have come across URL shorteners that are paid. Those paid link shortners are usually paid by the advertisers who want their ad to be shown when someone clicks on the shortened URL. The other type of paid shortener is one where people buy paid links from domains to advertise their product/website for Google ranking benefit.

In this article, I will give you a list of some free online url shortsners whose services you can use for any purpose without paying anything. Here they are:

This is a fast and easy way to create a nice looking redirects with your own custom redirection message or with auto-redirection after a specific amount of time.

This is a paid service and charges $0.99 for 100 redirects, $2.99 for 500 redirects and $19.99 for 1000 redirects.

MatchURL enables you to shorten any URL with an extremely customizable shortened link; including custom keyword, custom referral ID (affiliate campaigns), option to set the expiry date and ability to track statistics such as visited links or link clicks on your shortened links! This paid paid service costs €1 per month (with discounts given for yearly subscriptions) which entitles you to 10,000 free link redirection each month – but there is no limit on the number of links you can create using their