So you want to get a custom-shortened URL for your Tweets.
How do you do it?
This post builds upon Twitter 210, and provides the answer. By watching the video below and following along with the slide presentation, you will see step-by-step how I created the leeaase.me custom short domain, and how you can do something similar.
It’s not expensive (at least it doesn’t have to be), and you can do it in an hour or so.
So, grab a Slurpee or your other favorite beverage, hit play on the embedded video, and follow along.
Was this helpful? If you use this to guide you in creating your own custom URL shortener, please leave a comment and let me know what short domain you used.
Or if you still have questions, let me know about that, too.
Please also check out my Christmas letter, which I tweeted with this link http://leeaase.me/fRxcCt
2 thoughts on “Twitter 310: Custom URL Shortening Case Study”
Thanks I used this and this video worked great
This was the best site I could find explaining how to set up an affordable vanity URL. So thanks! What are the benefits of going to the enterprise version of bit.ly regarding shortened vanity URLs?