Dot TK launches new URL- shortening service for Twitter

Well, you have to make the most of every character out your sacred 140s to say your say at Twitter.

Considering these very importance of limited characters, DT TK has emerged with its new URL-shortening service named as TweaK that will shorten links into some domain name direct to make shortest possible links.

Dot TK’s Boss Joost Zuurbier says in this connection, “A short domain name and a six character suffix behind link identification are being used by various players of the current URL shortening industry, but with this new service links will be identified directly through domain names that will make almost every link six character shorter that you can currently seen from other such services.”

TinyCC and Is.gd are offering 20-character and 17-character links currently, while with TweakK can create 15 characters links.

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So, it’s not just a promise to save 6-character, it’s a bonus, indeed, if you have to struggle with your 140-charaacters Tweet.

A simple API has also been released by TweaK that can be quite handy for developers for the integration of the services in their applications. Dot TK says that those developers who have integrated the Twitter API in their services must also integrate the TeaK API to make offers complete.

“It’s a great pleasure to us to launch this new service and we welcome all the developers to use our free TweaK API,” says Dot TK CTO Maurice van der Meer.

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2 Responses to Dot TK launches new URL- shortening service for Twitter

  1. Television Spy April 11, 2009 at 11:03 pm #

    well they are short but what’s the lifetime of them? I bet they expire after a bit. technically these are tlds

  2. Television Spy April 12, 2009 at 5:03 am #

    well they are short but what’s the lifetime of them? I bet they expire after a bit. technically these are tlds

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