Goo.gl is going, going, gone: What to use instead
By Dannielle Cabler
If you use goo.gl to shorten your links, you’ve probably heard that it’s being discontinued. That means that by March 30, 2019 (yikes!) you’ll need a new solution up and running.
It’s never fun to be forced to switch tools or platforms, but this is actually a good opportunity to reevaluate URL shorteners and switch to something more robust.
Here are some of the best things about switching, and why we think you’ll love using Name.com’s Branded URL Shortener, powered by BL.INK.
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