Google will shut down on April 13, 2018, URL shortening service 'goo.gl': Google has stated on its official blog that the web URL shortening service started in 2009 is going to stop 'goo.gl'. Those users who are already using this service by logging in to Google, the company has extended this service till March 30, 2019.
Users who have or have not used this service without logging in, will not be able to use Google's URL shorten service after April 13. Although the company has said that shortened URLs will always work properly before or before March 30, 2019, but you will not be able to access them on the panel of goo gl. By the way, the company is finishing its old service and promoting the service called Firebase Dynamic Links, which is impossible to use without logging in. Skip everything now and know more about how Google will make short URLs of links to your video or website when the URL shortening service is closed, that too easily.
1- The easiest way to shorten the URL is Bit.ly
Bit.ly is the second most popular platform after shorten the URL of Google in short working URL. Yes, on this platform you can shorten your website links by logging in or without logging in. Like the Google platform, you can always track your short URL as well as how many times it has been clicked on. From this panel you can easily find out how much web traffic came from every URL you submit here. On this platform you can also change the spelling of your short URL. Not only this, any URL given on the billing can be placed in different categories on the basis of tags. This feature is also not available on the Google Shortener.
2- Ow.ly also does not shorten url in short
The popular HootSuite platform Ow.ly is also no less in terms of creating and tracking social media-friendly URLs. This platform is quite useful to shorten all kinds of web and mobile app based url. If you use it too, you may also forget the Google URL short.
3- Google's new URL and app service for mobile platform Firebase
This service is run by Google as a URL service, not specifically for users, but for developers. By using it, mobile developers or media houses can also insert short URLs within their apps. The Firebase can shorten the URL in Auto mode, not manual. Not only this, Firebase keeps track of any URL issued by it in realtime so that all the information related to the traffic coming to that link can be made available to the developers.