The most popular link shorteners, such as bit.ly, link.al, goo.gl, allow you to learn more about the users who clicked on your link. Many of them are able to tell you the following:

  • The number of referrals
  • Where did the users come from
  • The geography of clicks
  • About the device
  • About the operating system
  • About the browser

How to create a short link with a custom name in KUKU.io?

To configure a link shortener, you need an empty domain or subdomain. You can send us your data for verification to determine if the selected name is suitable before you start the configuration.

You need to add the appropriate subdomain and entry CNAME in the domain control panel.

For example:

If you want KUKU.io to cut links on subdomain abc.yourwebsite.com, then you need to add the following:

  • Type: CNAME
  • Name: abc
  • Entry: KUKU.io. (the dot is required).

If you want KUKU.io to shorten the links on the subdomain l.html5.by, you need to add an entry:

  • Type: CNAME
  • First name: l
  • Entry: KUKU.io. (The dot is required)

If you want KUKU.io to shorten the links to the main domain yourwebsite.com, you need to add an entry:

  • Type: CNAME
  • Name: yourwebsite.com
  • Entry: KUKU.io. (The dot is required)

* The feature is available for free and paid users

How to analyze clicks on links on social media?

If you use KUKU.io, you can automatically shorten all links using goo.gl, link.al, and your individual shortener. It is very simple to configure it. Go to Settings, select one of the three options for shortening the link and save the changes.


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