Keti your URL
Preview Keti URLs
Don't want to be instantly redirected to a Keti URL and instead want to see where it's going before going to the site? Not a problem with our preview feature.
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Redirection to any page in your site!
With Keti, you can also make a smaller URL that will work for any page on your site. Let's say that you have a website with the homepage that is at:
Entering that URL into Keti.ws will create a URL like
With this you can then redirect someone to anywhere within your site by appending a slash and the pages filename to it. So if you have a page at http://www.my-internet-isp.com/~myusername/my-links-page.html, you can use the URL http://keti.ws/1/my-links-page.html and going to this URL will forward the visitor to the page in your website.
Hide your affiliate URLs
Are you posting something that you don't want people to know what the URL is because it might give away that it's an affiliate link? Then you can enter a URL into Keti.ws, and your affiliate link will be hidden from the visitor, only the keti.ws address and the ending address will be visible to your visitors.
Link to us!
Please link to us! Just make a link to http://keti.ws or use the following code to make a URL input box:
Keti Firefox Extension
Now you can create Keti urls within your Firefox browser. Download the Keti Firefox extension.
Terms of service
Keti.ws was created as a free service to make posting long URLs easier, and may only be used for actual URLs. Using it for spamming or illegal purposes is forbidden and any such use will result in the Keti URL being disabled and you may be reported to all ISPs involved and to the proper governmental agencies. This service is provided without warranty of any kind.
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