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In the world of social media, especially websites like Twitter, character count is practically a form of currency. Though Twitter has largely stopped counting links as characters, the truth is that nobody wants to see a full-length link on their feeds — They would rather allocate those characters for their personal tweets. If you want people to share your links online, you have to give them enough space to share their own thoughts.
Long links look cluttered and can be an eyesore, especially on social media sites where micro-blogging and memes reign supreme. On top of that, long links look unprofessional and can be a bit more difficult to trust — when users see long words and a confusing jumble of numbers on a link, they tend to have a harder time differentiating a good link from a malicious one.
Luckily, there is a solution to long links: short brand links
On the internet, user experience is everything. This includes getting rid of eyesores and making people’s social media feeds cleaner and less cluttered. Minimalism is highly preferred online because it makes it easier to view content.
Get rid of long, ugly URLs and turn to short URLs instead. These URLs are only a few characters in length, and redirects the user to the web page of the original, longer URL.
In fact, the majority of big companies, like Coca-Cola, are using customized, short brand URLs to promote their website. Short brand links are more aesthetically pleasing than full-length URLs and increase white space on the user’s social media feeds
It’s time to brand, track, and share your short links, engage with your users on a different level
Introducing heeey, link!
Heeey, link allows you to create branded short links with your own domain names, decide exactly what your links look like, determine how visitors are redirected, and get access to real-time insights into how they perform (and even share statistics with your colleagues).
It works with all your favorite retargeting platforms such as Google Analytics, Google Ads, GTM, Twitter, Facebook, Bing, Linkedin, Quora, Adroll, and more.