We are considering some improvements on CheckShortURL services. Most of them have been suggested by users who emailed us via the contact form. We are still excited to develop the services and make them more convenient than those of the competitors. Please, don't hesitate to tell us what you think of our tools, either by writing to us or directly in the comments.
November 17, 2012
Every URL shortener fabricates complicated paths that don't mean anything: typically, they look like http://bit.ly/pzIvM or http://tinyurl.com/y8c7w52 and are not so easy to remember. Also, if one of the best reasons to use an URL shortener is saving characters on Twitter (ill-intentioned people would think that the best use is to hide destination link), then you could ask what is the use of custom shortened URLs.
September 11, 2012
We are proud to say that CheckShortURL has been existing for three years. Since the beginning, we wanted to help people unshortening the original URL hidden behind the shortened link : everyone could find out where these tiny links lead to without clicking. But, there wasn't any place to talk about our service. Now, this blog seems to be the perfect place to inform you about it.