The feature which I’m using is. As discussed in previous post, benefit of using Su.pr Shortening service is that all the link juice will pass on to your blog post, unlike Digg.
How to get Su.pr URL Shortening service under your domain?
Getting Short URL into your domain means, when ever you will Shorten any link using Su.pr shortening service, it will be shorten under your domain name as I explained above. More over if the post is submitted into Stumble upon, it will show Stumble upon toolbar to visitors.
To get this service, you need to signup for Su.pr using your Stumble upon account. Because to activate Stumbleupon wordpress plugin, you need it’s API Key and Stumble upon username.
Follow these steps to get URL shortening service under your domain name :
1. Download and install the wordpress plugin from this link.
2. Activate the Su.pr Plugin
3. Go to Su.pr Settings page and change the required setting. You will get the API key form your Su.pr account. See screenshot for more details.
Su.pr Settings page > Get your API Key
Su.pr WordPress plugin > Setting Page
Enter your API key and your Stumble Upon username.
4. Now go to Your Settings>Permalinks under WordPress settings and click save.
5. Go to Su.pr Settings page, Enter your promoted domain name and it will start synchronizing with your domain.
Once it will done synchronizing, instead of syncing you will see message Enabled. See first image.
Now shorten any post from your blog using Su.pr shortener service. You can also get Su.pr bookmarklet to one click access to Su.pr shortener service.
There are many other shortening service which you can use, though I will suggest use Su.pr shortener service for your domain and for your friend domain because this will help to boost your stumble upon/Twitter and facebook profile as well.
With Su.pr shortening service you will also be able to monitor the stats like traffic and traffic time on your post.
If you have any trouble or problem configuring short URL service for your domain using Su.pr URL shortening service, feel free to ask questions.
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