What is a shortened URL and why do I need one?
A URL, uniform resource locator, aka internet address or less formally known as the stuff after the “www.” the web address. You may notice those URLs sometimes can get quite long, even 100 characters or more. That’s a problem when you have limited space, like in a tweet, which is only 140 characters to begin with. You can shorten them with services like TinyURL or Bit.ly and then shrink them down to about 10 characters. That way it leaves you plenty of room to write an intriguing quote or intriguing content that will send them to information about your products and services.
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