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Bitly Discloses the Best Times to Tweet and Post and Adds New Features

You’re familiar with bitly aren’t you? It’s the service that you use to shorten a link.

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bitly puffer fish

For example, my last post on switching to a WordPress website had this lengthy link, https://writespeaksell.com/are-you-thinking-of-switching-to-a-wordpress-website. I went to my bitly account and shortened the link to http://bit.ly/NgENK2.

The advantage is you can get more information into a tweet without using too many of the 140 characters you’re allotted for Twitter updates. It also saves space and looks cleaner when you use the bitly link on social media sites. Read More→