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Welcome to sHORTurl, the hort.net URL shortener!

Have you ever wanted to send someone a link to a Web site, but it's just too long to send in an email? If they want to view it they have to paste it all back together again which can be a real hassle.

By using the free hort.net sHORTurl service you can create a more manageable URL that isn't too long for emails and will never expire.

Links that are automated, entered for blackhat SEO, contain spam, or illegal content will be removed.

Enter another URL to sHORTen:

Enter your URL below:

Add sHORTurl to your browser's toolbar!

Click and drag the following link to your links toolbar:.
Once this is on your toolbar, you'll be able to make a sHORTurl at the click of a button. By clicking on the toolbar button, a sHORTurl will be created for the page you are currently at.

This is compatible with most web browsers and platforms as long as your bookmarks or favorites allow javascript. The links toolbar may not be visible in all setups and in most browsers, you can enable it in the View->Toolbars menu of your web browser. You can also put it in your bookmarks instead of the links toolbar.

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