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Maybe you are tired of using bit.ly or goo.gl or maybe you just want your own branded short links. You can shorten your own links (for free!) on your own domain using YOURLS. It’s a free and open source, self-hosted, link-shortening application. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to install YOURLS on CentOS and shorten your links with a custom domain. You can either use your own server (VPS) or a Shared hosting account. We have instructions for both scenarios.
We use DokuWiki and it’s awesome. Our team has an internal knowledgebase and we use DokuWiki to store all our reviews, tutorials etc. It’s simple, easy to install and easy to use. Most importantly, it’s not resource-heavy. In this post, we’re going to show you how to install DokuWiki on an Ubuntu 16.04 server.
We use Namecheap for all of our domains. They have the cheapest prices on the market (especially if you get a deal during Black Friday/Cyber Monday). They also have a huge list of .cool new available TLD extensions that you can register. What we like about them is that even though they are cheap, they are still reliable and have great 24/7 support. Finding both cheap and quality products is an unthinkable task nowadays. However, Namecheap is great (for domains).