Bundles Lets You Cram Lots of Links into One URL

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Link-shortening service has introduced a new feature that they call bundles, which allow users to gather up a bunch of links and create one shortened URL that guides curious clickers to a landing page containing all of them. The person who creates the bundle can add, remove, or rearrange links, as well as name the bundle; as with all links, anyone can monitor the number and distribution of clicks by putting a plus sign at the end of the URL.

To create a bundle, you’ll need to be signed into If your username is USERNAME, then your first bundle will, when it’s been unshortened actually live at the URL, with subsequent usernames getting sequentially larger numbers at the end. (That link will still get a typical shortening, however, to say,; people will only arrive at after clicking through.)

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(via Lifehacker)

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