Create Your Own Domain Shorter Link

There has many free websites where we  can shorten the link like , ,, short.le. Top websites also use their own domain shorten links like Google use Today we define you, that how can you create your own domain shorten link.

It's stands for Your Own URL Shortener. It is a small set of PHP scripts that will allow you to run your own URL shortening service ( TinyURL or bitly).

Running your own URL shortener is fun, geeky and useful: you own your data and don't depend on third party services. It's also a great way to add branding to your short URLs, instead of using the same public URL shortener everyone uses.
YOURLS Features

   --> Free and Open Source software.
   --> Private (your links only) or Public (everybody can create short links, fine for an intranet)
    --> Sequential or custom URL keyword
    --> Handy bookmarklets to easily shorten and share links
    --> Awesome stats: historical click reports, referrers tracking, visitors Geo-location
    Neat Ajaxed interface
    --> Terrific Plugin architecture to easily implement new features
    --> Cool developer API
    --> Full jsonp support
    --> Friendly installer
    --> Sample files to create your own public interface and more

2. Domainr

Also you can Buy URL and make it short By  When you want a short URL or something big, Domainr will find it, fast. Its also available on Apple App store.

3. Pro

Sign up on website. Once you logged in, go to Settings link -> Advanced

Set A Record for your short URL for update IP address. Like example if you have domain name from then A record is located under the "Total DNS" tab, so go to your Godaddy account and add the DNS record and type IP address

If you are using a subdomain for example then you need to set a CNAME record and change it to

After entered CNAME it takes 48 hours to change. Once your setup completed, any URL that you shorten from your site will use your own customer branded domain.

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