The final domain/install issue we had is creating links on sites that force https. This is fixed and you don’t need to do anything.
We just added sFTP support, so you can set up your websites through our installer using secure FTP on port 22 as well as port 21.
I’m happy to share some great news. Tracker.ly has partnered with another company, which is investing the resources to develop my long-term vision.
GDPR is a new anti-tracking law that effects users of Tracker.ly. This is what we’ve changed to be partially compliant now, and will be changing.
Tracker.ly fixes a number of big problems with every existing link redirect solution, so we took some very different approaches to how we did things.
Our client’s favourite feature is our instant links, because it lets them track each marketing message without setting up a link for each one in advance.
This is just a quick notice to let you know we’ve made a lot of changes under the hood on the dashboard side over the last couple of months.
Understanding how each type of link affects people psychologically will help you hugely increase your click-through rates on your marketing.
Tens of millions of marketers use like short links like bit.ly/1vfEgl. After reading this case study by Bit.ly, you’ll never want to use short links again.
Alan Dunn from TechCrunch writes, “Deadpool is missing out on a very real opportunity for consistent brand experience”. He got it half right.