14 March 2019 17:14 | Botobolar
Longer URL is usually cut short in email messages, as an illustration, may well not feasible and acceptable reliably.
This is where the catch is, if your URL is shortened into smaller text, then where does the link authority go. Web applications typically employ long strings of characters in their URLs.
14 March 2019 16:57 | Gunzenberg
Sometimes inexperienced users will copy one distinctive line of a URL, hit "return," then copy another line, etc.
Some allow custom content being place into shortened addresses, so you can have brief, yet informative links for the target audience. With the inception of Twitter and it is 140-character tweet limit, the requirement of URL shortening services has increased.