• Shocker!  Url Shortener Service Tr.im Not Closing

    Shocker! Url Shortener Service Tr.im Not Closing

    Although Nambu, the parent company of the popular used URL shortener Tr.im says their recent announcement about closing down the site was not a public-relations stunt, one must wonder if this was the case. Less then a week ago, Nambu said it was shutting Tr.im down due to the overhead of running the site.  They
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  • The Best URL Shorteners for Twitter

    The Best URL Shorteners for Twitter

    With that 140 character limit, Twitter definitely became fertile ground for the URL shortening marketplace. When Twitter first released, it included TinyURL as its built-in short URL service, but recently changed it’s preference to bit.ly. That was a move that some saw as the precursor to a Twitter buyout of the little URL shrinking company.
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