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I think the problem you're describing can't really be solved, there will always be drawbacks. The "perfect UX" for these kind of URLs would be: short memorable zero conflicts (enough possibilities) Services such as bit.ly actually allow you to reach most of these goals, but there are drawbacks here as well. You can create a shortlink (short and zero ...


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I was researching this exact subject just a couple of months ago. (Our domain is also 16 letters.) We decided to go with the long-form URL because we have a well-established brand using the full domain name. We'll use a shorter version only in contexts where people will likely be manually entering the URL on a phone (at in-person events like fundraisers, ...



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