URL shortener #7: Tiny.CC # matchurl

URL shortener #7: Tiny.CC # matchurl

19.Oct.2021

URL shortener #7: Tiny.CC

URL shorteners are online services where you can type in (or paste) a long URL, and then it gives you that URL with a “short” or hashed version of it so your readers can easily cut-and-paste the link back to you. Type this article's URL into Tiny.CC , for example, and see how useful these things can be. 

Tiny.CC is simply another one you might want to include on your list of url shortening options out there, currently nearly 500 according to Wikipedia . The problem with some of them is that they will just keep taking URLs without giving users anything in return; I’m pretty that these guys are not like that. If you sign up, you can see the statistics for all your links and read what others think of them as well.

Tiny.CC is currently linking to 1,125 other domains (among 34,000 total), and it’s one of the most popular shorteners out there today with a current Alexa ranking of 15962 – congrats! Its interface is clean and simple; compared to many things I have tried recently , Tiny.CC wins by far without any doubt. And since we're talking about designing effective interfaces here, I can't help myself from making something good even better: why doesn't Tiny.CC show its link span right away? It's designing 101 - UI patterns . My guess is that it's just not an option at the moment, but if you have any insight on this, please let me know.

What else do you want to say about Tiny.CC ? How are your experiences with this service? Let us all know in the comments section below, and keep this article alive by sharing it wherever you think it might be useful.

 

horten, track, and manage your URLs quickly with Tiny.CC’s simple interface.

Custom URL slugs are available, and if you register an account, you can track the stats for the shortlink . It's very easy to use: just type your link and it gives you a short URL back. Very simple. There’s also a bookmarklet you can install on your browser, which I found from The Next Web .

 

What else do you want to say about Tiny.CC ? How are your experiences with this service? Let us all know in the comments section below, and keep this article alive by sharing it wherever you think it might be useful.

And since we're talking about designing effective interfaces here, I can't help myself from making something good even better: why doesn't Tiny.CC show its link span right away? It's designing 101 - UI patterns . My guess is that it's just not an option at the moment, but if you have any insight on this, please let me know.

What else do you want to say about Tiny.CC ? How are your experiences with this service? Let us all

know in the comments section below, and keep this article alive by sharing it wherever you think it might be useful.

What else do you want to say about Tiny.CC ? How are your experiences with this service? Let us all know in the comments section below, and keep this article alive by sharing it wherever you think it might be useful.

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Here's another post on the topic of URL shorteners: https://paulund.co.uk/url-shorteners-matter-modern-content-marketing/.