DiV.iM Minimal and Fast URL Shortener. made with ♥ in Phuket, Thailand
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div.im was made service to make posting long URLs easier, and may only be used for actual URLs. Using it for spamming or illegal purposes is forbidden and any such use will result in the div.im being disabled and you may be reported to all ISPs involved and to the proper governmental agencies. This service is provided without warranty of any kind.
Occasionally div.im shortened links will be used in spam or to point to malicious content. We take this abuse of our service very seriously and do everything we can to prevent it. Here are some of the ways we help to keep our users safe:
Our general contact email address is: [email protected]
Where practical please write email to [email protected] report abused shortened URLs.
Pattern: xxxxxx#short reason[priority]
We aim to deal with abuse reports within 48 hours, but often manage much better. We will typically respond to reports by disabling affected shortened links and adding their destinations to our blacklist if appropriate.
Yes, the short url is case sensitive. So if your short url is 'div.im/test' (lower case), then 'div.im/TEST' (upper case) will not work or will lead to a distinct site since our shortener engine uses lower case and upper case to identify distinct addresses.
No, the short URLs don't have an expiry date, they will be always online. Currently it is not possible to set an expiration date for a shortened link.
div.im has a database that associates the long url with a short url. When user tries to access the short url, the browser will instantly redirect to the original page (long url). div.im uses the '301 redirect' code, that is better than '302 redirect' for url shorteners. 301 means that the redirection is permanent and it passes link juice (for search engine better ranking).
We are web application development team.
div.im has been developed since 2018 and is growing rapidly in features, links created, clicks and site visits.
We have many websites and online services and we needed to
short all links than we posted in social networks, email marketing campaigns, banners, promoted
content and links in our sites.
So we created at the beginning for our own use and now we are focusing in providing
We were not be able to use other external URL Shortener service providers because: