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3 More Link Shortening Mistakes (And How You Can Avoid Them)

There are a lot of reasons you’d want to shorten your links. It makes them easier on the eyes, for example, and it can be great for marketing purposes. The problem is that there are some pitfalls you need to avoid when it comes to shortening links, especially if you want to get the most…

Why It’s Important to Make Your WordPress Links Memorable (And How to Do It)

There are a hundred things to take care of when you’re running a website. One essential task that often gets overlooked is optimizing your links so they’re as memorable as possible. After all, the ‘uglier’ your links are, the less likely it is that people will remember them. Along with improving your website’s traffic, memorable…

3 Link Shortening Myths (And Why They’re False)

Shortening links is a technique that’s been around for nearly 20 years now. As a result, there are many myths and misconceptions surrounding the practice. These can deter website owners from using shortened links, and prevent them from enjoying the various benefits associated with them. As with any technique, link shortening does have its pros…

6 Ways to Troubleshoot Pretty Links That Are Redirecting Slowly

Pretty Links is an excellent tool for setting up link redirections, and most of the time you should experience no issues when using it. However, there may be rare cases when you find that links are redirecting more slowly than you’d like. This is most often due to external factors, such as an incompatibility issue…

3 Ways to Optimize Your Pretty Links Reports

Among many other features, the Pretty Links plugin offers a tool that enables you to track your links. The reports it generates can be incredibly useful for seeing how well your links perform, and helping you keep an eye on your conversions. However, you can make your link tracking even more effective. While the default…