What happened to goo.gl?

image This is now what you see when you visit http://goo.gl . What happened? It turns out Google no longer wants people to use their URL shortener, goo.gl. Somehow, this is a way to promote Firebase Dynamic Links. How does that work? They are telling new customers to go to bit.ly or ow.ly. If you need a new shortener, I reccomend reading this post, but my personal favorite is http://is.gd .

By the way, Firebase Dynamic Links look a bit cool if you plan on building a mobile app.

Written on April 12, 2018

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