Automatic Link Shortener A link shortener is a must have if you want to track your social media performance and frankly squeeze more content into a small space.

A link shortener is a tool we likely take for granted. Shorteners are a necessity when it comes to sharing an unwieldy URL. Especially in a Tweet every character counts.

Using your preferred link shortener service is now possible with supports popular link shorteners including:

Support for these new shorteners is in addition to’s existing support for, pro, and your own custom domains.

You publish, and we’ll deliver your content using your favorite link shortener!

In fact, you can now utilize any third party link shortener that provides API access and returns the shortened URL in plain text format.

What this means is when you write a blog post for example and use to share it to social media, we automatically shorten the URL, therefore, doing away manual link shortening.

How to add a Link Shortener to

1. Log into > click the Socials tab

2. Click Short Links

3. Click + Add a Shortener

How to set up a Link Shortener

4. Click the drop down menu to expose the link shortener options

5. Click 3rd Party Shortener

How to add a Link Shortener with dlvrit

6. Follow the online form to add your favorite 3rd party link shortener. 

A couple of additional notes:

1 – We suggest using the short URL domain when choosing a name.

  • For example, if you are using short links, we recommend using the name

2 – Replace the actual URL in the API request with the macro @URL@ (make sure URL is all caps).

  • For instance, if you are using to shorten links:

3 – You may include as many parameters in the API request as necessary.

  • For instance:

4 – expects responses from the API to be in a plain text format such as:

5 – At this time, we’re not processing JSON or XML formatted responses.

Setting a Link Shortener in dlvrit

7. Click Save


Please see for more details on using a link shorteners.