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How to create short links

How to create short links


  1. Go to the menu for QRIN.
  2. Copy the long link you want to cut and paste it where it says "Paste a Long Link."
  3. Click the "Customize" button to make your shorter link look the way you want it to.
  4. Click the "Shorten" button to make your own unique link. It's now ready to share.

Also, use the more detailed choices that are available for your shortened link:

Of course! Let's look at each advanced choice for your shortened link in more depth:

1. Custom Aliases: Give your link a name that is both unique and easy to remember. This is especially helpful for building your brand or making your link easier to remember. You can pick a custom alias that fits your content or campaign instead of a random line of characters. This makes it easier for users to find and interact with you.

2. Deep linking: Take people to a specific page in a website or app. Deep linking lets you send users to a specific page, skipping the homepage and going straight to the content or features they want. This improves the user experience. This is especially helpful for websites or apps that have a lot of different kinds of information.

3. Geotargeting: Change who sees your link based on where they live. With geo targeting, you can change where your link goes based on where the person is. This is helpful for businesses that have content or ads that are specific to a region or place because it makes sure that users are led to content that is relevant to their area.

4. Device Targeting: Make the link work better for certain platforms. You can change how a person feels based on the device they are using with device targeting. Directing people to material that works best on their device, like a laptop, tablet, or phone, can make the experience smooth.

5. Language Targeting: Use chosen languages to reach a specific group of people. Language targeting lets you show information in the language that the person prefers. This helps make sure that users get material in a language they understand, which is especially helpful for campaigns or businesses that work in places where people speak different languages.

6. A/B Testing and Rotator: Try out different versions or switch between different links. You can see which version of your link works better by using A/B testing. To find the best link, you can try different values for the nickname, the location, or other criteria. The rotator feature lets you spread traffic fairly across multiple links, which lets you try and improve link performance over time.

7. Expiration: Choose a date when your link will no longer work. This function is useful for ads or events that need to end quickly. Setting an expiry date makes sure that the link is only valid for a certain amount of time, so users can't access material that is out of date or doesn't apply to them.

8. Set a limit on how many times people can click on your link. By setting a maximum click count, click limits lets you control how many people click on your link. When the limit is met, the link stops working, so no one else can click on it. You can use this to manage the length of a campaign or limit who can see exclusive material.

9. Parameters: To track and examine link speed, you can add your own custom parameters. When you add parameters to your link URL, they add extra pieces of information that are useful for tracking and analyzing. You can use factors to learn more about how users act, where your campaigns come from, or any other specific measure that is important to your goals. Based on real-time success information, this data can help you make your marketing plans better.


With these additional choices, you can make your shorter links fit specific marketing goals, get users more involved, and learn a lot about how users behave and how well your links work.

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