Try.li is a URL shortening service that allows you to share links on the internet and get paid for each visitor that accesses your URL. Use the service to earn money from web traffic, or simply use it to compress your large links into something smaller.
The try.li API enables developers to integrate try.li services. API methods include Shrink, used in order to create short links, and Links, used to grab previously shrunk links. The API is RESTful and supports XML, JSON, Serialized-PHP, and CSV data formats.
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