First, we think people who use the Google Toolbar and FeedBurner will benefit from a shortener that is easily accessible — making it faster and easier to share, post and email links. Second, we’ve built this on Google’s global infrastructure to offer the following benefits:
- Stability: Google’s scalable, multi-datacenter infrastructure provides great uptime and a reliable service to our users.
- Security: As we do with web search, shortened URLs are automatically checked to detect sites that may be malicious and warn users when the short URL resolves to such sites.
- Speed: At Google we like fast products and we’ve worked hard to ensure this service is quick. We’ll continue to iterate and improve the speed of Google Url Shortener.
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Screenshot of goo.gl site
Currently Google is not offering any direct link creation option from goo.gl site. It is available thru Google Toolbar and Feedburner, and if things goes really good then Google may expand this option in future.
Access the Google’s Blog post about this release from the URL attached below:
How to use goo.gl Service
If you want to try goo.gl on your computer then install the Google Toolbar on Internet Explorer or Firefox from this link. Get the share button on Toolbar and add twitter in that share web page list. Now open a webpage of Google’s blog network and then share that page thru twitter link. On twitter update status windows, you can see the shorted URL wit goo.gl. Here is the screenshot of goo.gl ready to be shared from my ID (@clickonf5):
goo.gl in Action
Post Title: Use Multiple Mouse on Single Computer and Work Together
Goo.gl URL: http://goo.gl/71mu
You can try these URLs for your blog pages or sharing interesting posts from other sites. Share your thoughts about this new service thru comments section.