3 thoughts on “Cligs: Short URLs with Click Tracking

  1. I suspect if tinyurl cares, they can easily bolt this sort of thing on. And it’s a well established service.

  2. I agree that TinyURL should dominate the market. But if so, why do Snurl, is.gd, etc. exist? I also think the analytics that Cli.gs offers are non-trivial to implement.

    I’m already using cli.gs links for some of my own activities, just for the tracking.

  3. There is another interesting service that tracks and short URLs.
    I’m trying it as a Free user but there is also a PRO version with mutch more features (I suppose).
    http://www.clickmeter.com

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