Today, I’m excited to announce that Techloy.com now has its own unique URL shortener, Teck.ly which has officially debuted on Twitter.
Techloy joins leading technology sites such as TechCrunch (tcrn.ch), Mashable (on.mash.to) and Engadget (engt.co) that have acquired their own unique URL shortener.
Techloy.com’s URL shortener leverages on Bit.ly’s API and shortens a long URL to just 14 characters. Teck.ly will be used internally on Techloy.com and would be seen on Twitter and around the web.
Teck.ly is not a service such as Bit.ly or Yrn.me, and as such is not available for public users at this time.
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