URL shorteners have become ubiquitous to social networking, especially with the sharing of links across Twitter.
Bit.ly, Cli.gs, Goo.gl and many others offer an easy and painless way for you to shorten your URL within the 140 character constraint of Twitter.
Most of these URL shortening services offer a simple analytics dashboard which is useful for tracking and analysing the number of times people shared your links or clicked on them.
But a little known service called Bre.ad is gaining in popularity.
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