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StumpleUpon Goes Su.pr With Latest URL Shortener

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stumbleuponWe all know that Digg has their own DiggBar — so why not StumpleUpon? Now apparently, StumpleUpon is trying to catch up on the latest URL shortening game with its new URL shortener, Su.pr In short, here is what Su.pr is all about:

All you have to do is type your message, enter the URL of the site you’d like to share with your friends and followers, hit post and the message is posted along with the shortened URL. In addition to this simple syndication method, we provide you with tools to identify the best times to post, schedule future posts and see real-time results on clicks, tweets and traffic associated with your posts.

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Check out these pictures taken from the Stumbleupon site, we have to say Su.pr might just be great though we have not tried it out yet. Currently, Su.pr is in beta and you need an invite code in order to access it, but it seems like Su.pr will be opening up in time to come so sit back and wait while we track its latest developments.

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Written by straw000

June 10, 2009 at 4:16 pm

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  1. [...] StumpleUpon Goes Su.pr With Latest URL Shortener: StumpleUpon’s version of DiggBar — Su.pr. [...]

  2. [...] a comment » It has been a while since StumpleUpon launched Su.pr, a URL shortening servuce which was its latest initiative ti join in the URL shortening trend. It [...]


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