Let your link emotions show with bit.ly feelings

Let your link emotions show with bit.ly for feelings

Not content with becoming arguably the web’s most popular link shortening service, the folk at bit.ly recently launched a novel way to allow users to express how they feel about the links they are posting and sharing, via some intelligent domain registering.

Now, instead of sharing links that start with the familiar “bit.ly” domain, users can utilise the feelings for bit.ly service – 8 different, short, emotive domain types:

yaythis.me
lolthis.me
oppos.es
wtfthis.me
iwantth.is
scaryto.me
upvot.es
loath.es

The service, which is currently in beta, is easily installed and accessed on all modern browsers via an easy to install bookmarklet you can get hold of here: http://upvot.es/182q6Gg.

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