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Video: What is Rebrandly | Video courtesy of Rebrandly
Rebrandly looks like a great, free URL Shortener that includes your brand. I read about it today (4 April 2018) here ...
Rebrandly - Best for creating branded links
"While Rebrandly is a URL shortener much like any other, its angle is slightly different. Rebrandly believes that brands, whether it's a product or a person, get value out of customizing links to content that references them from all over the web. For example, Bob Vila could customize the link to his Wikipedia entry from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Vila to BobVila.Tools/wikipedia," writes Zapier Staff Writer Jill Duffy.
"A link to one of his books on Amazon could be BobVila.Tools/amazon-book. Vila can use these links on his own site, business cards, or in advertisements. Rebrandly includes tools for tracking the popularity of each link, too. A free account includes 1,000 links on one custom domain. Paid plans start at $19/month. [pricing] Zapier supports Rebrandly, so you can integrate it with other apps with ease."
Zapier (4 April 2018)- The 5 Best Alternatives to Google URL Shortener (URL shortening service goo.gl is being discontinued. Here are five alternatives.)
How might you use Rebrandly?
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|Google make me so sad sometimes. They sunset some of my favorite things ...
iGoogle Homepage - Was my start page for the web!
(I now use Taskade as a task-mastering on each new tab experience .. still liked iGoogle)
Google Reader - Was how I digested the web!
(Feedly is my new viewer and I don't like it as much)
(I saw huge potential here)
Google Business View Editor
(I like GoThru, but I liked Google's photogrammetry and their alignment tools)
(Not sure that I cared too much)
(Hah! Forgot about this one!) -- this was an amazing web based multi-protocol chat platform that worked EXTREMELY well. Google basically acquired the talent and threw it away on G+.
Sparrow - Arguably the best desktop e-mail client ever. Bought it, discontinued it, killed it, wasted it. I use MailBird now... which is pretty similar.
I think maybe QuickOffice was the only successful acquisition/cannibalization as it advanced Google's Docs / Sheets / Apps platform.
My absolute favorite acquistion of all time was probably when Aol purchased Netscape.
Funny fact, I was a huge fan of Ben Goodger's and Google nabbed him from Mozilla to make Chrome -- so you could say that Chrome too was a byproduct of Netscape.
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