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July 10, 2008 / Upnishad

Bit.ly Provides Shorter URLs with Advanced Traffic Tracking

Link-shortening services like TinyURL
have become nearly ubiquitous in space-restricted places like email,
Twitter, and mobile sites—which is why it’s odd it’s taken so long for
a similar service to offer traffic tracking, thumbnail caching, or
other advanced services. Free URL shrinker Bit.ly jumps into that void
with a slick set of features. The site remembers the last 15 links you
shortened on your landing site, and it stores a thumbnail graphic of
each link on its own space. Obsessive traffic-watchers can see how many
have clicked through their links, where they found them, and compile
all that data from simple XML or JSON feeds. There’s a handy
bookmarklet for quick Bit.ly conversion, and the developers are working
on geo-locating features for the near future. All in all, a viable
link-snipping service for web workers and info geeks. Bit.ly [via ReadWriteWeb]

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