Rebrandly in the Press


New App Helps Job Seekers Market Themselves

There are thousands of jobs up for grabs in San Diego County. Just look on any jobs site. The trick is getting your name in front of the right people. A just-released App called Rebrandly can help do just that... Watch this video and read more here.

 

The easiest way to create and share short links with your domain

2016: Irish newspaper The Sunday Business Post, in collaboration with Enterprise Ireland, includes us in the Top 100 Irish Startups. Read more.

 

100 Hot Start-Ups

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2017: For the second consecutive year, Rebrandly has been named in Enterprise Ireland Top 100 Irish Startups published in the Sunday Business Post. Read More

 


Rebrandly: The Next Generation URL Shortener App

Rebrandly, a service that allows you to create and share unlimited branded links, is helping Digital Marketers and Brands improve their messaging, increase traffic, and track their efforts... Read more.



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Why New Domains are an Awesome Pick for Branded Links
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Rebrandly team up with name.com to answer, why are so many people turning to New Domains while creating Branded Links rather than using generic URL shorteners? Read More


 

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How to Build Brand Recognition one Link at a Time

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Each link you share offers useful or entertaining information, but each non-branded link you share also pulls users’ focus away from your brand. This can happen when the link is a long URL that includes the original source domain. Read More


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21 Google Chrome Extensions for Growth Hackers
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Rebrandly is the fastest way to create branded links when sharing an URL. This helps make your links more memorable and pronounceable. For example, rather than using Meetup's ridiculously long links in my email to promote an event. Read More

 

Rebrandly is one of the 20 Best New Social Media Tools to Try in 2017

Rebrandly is a custom URL shortener for sharing branded links. You can turn long, complex URL into branded and memorable ones. Read more. 

Our 13 Favorite Social Media Marketing Tools for Agencies
"This tool is great for sharing and tracking links, which is, of course, crucial to proving ROI to the client. They allow you to easily append UTM parameters to the end of links, and most importantly, you can add link retargeting, which is huge for anyone running retargeting ads (and everyone should be running retargeting ads)" 

 

Rebrandly: API Godai: 5 Elements of an Amazing API
Our CTO explain the best practices to build API for your app. 
It includes our experience in building API for Custom URL Shortener

 


URL Shortener in Social Media Marketing
Rebrandly is the easiest way to create and share shortened links with a custom domain name. You can signup, register your domain name (starting from $2/year) and start shortening your links with your brand. Rebrandly lets you use unlimited domains, create unlimited links, count the clicks, retarget your links, forward parameters and add UTM codes. Differently, from most URL shorteners you can edit the branded links anytime after you created them. Rebrandly.rocks/SocialPilot



Rebrandly: The URL shortening service that was missing 

Italian Publication:
All my wishes have been fulfilled thanks to Rebrandly, now I can not do more for less... Read more.

 


Rebrandly, URL for all tastes

Italian Publication:
This year at Codemotion Rome we met Davide De Guz from Rebrandly, an Irish company that provides Branded URLs. Find out what makes this URL Shortener one of the best... Watch the video and read more here.

 


Rebrandly Launch: WebSummit 2015


Above: Ryan Tubridy chats to Rebrandly at the Web Summit in Dublin.
Photo Credit: Steve Humphreys

 

Rebrandly to Raise €5m for Office in the Valley

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Dublin-based start-up offering customized domain names aims for €5m in funding and expects to add 35 staff across California and Irish Offices. Read more

 

  

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