Convert multiple (bunch) of links into one with LinkBunch

If you're talking on IM — instant messengers (Google Talk, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, etc.), text, or Twitter, copying & pasting long multipart links is not only a waste of space, but also time consuming . There are dozens of web services that will cut a URL down to size. LinkBunch is a service that does exactly […]

If you're talking on IM — instant messengers (Google Talk, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, etc.), text, or Twitter, copying & pasting long multipart links is not only a waste of space, but also time consuming . There are dozens of web services that will cut a URL down to size.

LinkBunch is a service that does exactly what it sounds like it should do: condenses multiple URLs into one short address. You take all those links and put them into one "bunch", which is just one single link--which looks like a TinyURL or SnipURL link--and give that around instead. Saves space, looks cleaner and saves a few bytes of bandwidth!

When the recipient clicks on the tiny LinkBunch link, he/she will be presented with a page that contains all the links that you put in the bunch. He/she can then click any of those links and visit the desired pages! This would be handy by itself, but the LinkBunch developers took the obvious next step and added an "open entire bunch" button, which pops each link into a new tab.

LinkBunch

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