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Suggestion for a reliable URL shortener, specially for Clickbank links?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by robbh, Aug 31, 2012.

  1. robbh

    robbh Registered Member

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    Any one has suggestion for reliable URL shortener for Click bank aff links?

    Bit.ly and Goo.gl are the best and reliable URL shortener, but both can't work with CB links.

    Any alternative that are just as solid and reliable?

    Thanks
     
  2. Daniel0cean

    Daniel0cean Regular Member

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    make your own or use random ones for each link. See which of them shrinks and works with the CB links. alternatively you can code one yourself or use a script you can find free on the net as adfly clones or something
     
  3. speconge

    speconge Newbie

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    my************ lets you type in what ever name you want
     
  4. speconge

    speconge Newbie

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    mytinyurl
     
  5. russtbay

    russtbay Newbie

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    For a reliable URL shortener itiny net
     
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    celiaingranada Newbie

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    what about a tk domain?
     
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    Kayzen_ Newbie

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    I'm also looking for a good and reliable URL shortener. bit.ly is bullshit with the stupid warning messages "Uh oh! This link has been flagged as potentially problematic!"

    No better suggestion, because my************ is not working ;-)