Who clicked my link?

LinkBlip is a service to shorten your URLs and keeping track who click and access your URL.

LinkBlip is very simple: enter a URL and your Email address, it generates a shortened special URL for you, when someone clicks that special URL, you will be notified by email with the time they clicked it as well as the city and state they were in. The recipient of the URL never knows the difference.

It’s just a way to monitor when someone has clicked a link you sent them. Have you ever sent someone an email and never heard back? If you send them a LinkBlip URL, you’ll automatically be notified by email when they click on it.

It can also tell you what city and state they were in when the clicked the link.

Just have a try to click the URL below, and I will know where you are from. Don’t you believe?


There are other two websites offer the same service, Traceurl and URLvi.be

Did you ever wonder whether your friend ever visit the URL you send them? Or do you ask yourself if anybody ever clicks on those links you post to news sites and forums? If so you should create a traceable URL at traceurl.com. The accesses to this traceable URL can be observed by you. That is you can see at what time and from where your URL is accessed.

Sometimes you want a link to be clicked, and want to know how many people accessed this URL. And sometimes, you want someone clicks your link, but you wonder he/she clicked it or not. This situation bothers us so much. TraceURL.com can help you.

Here below is a demo URL:


LinkBlip send you an email telling you when the link was clicked and who clicked it. While URLvi.Be and TraceURL need to log in to view the stats, for example, time, IP, and location, etc, so LinkBlip is much simple and easy to use. I recommend it to all of you.

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