John runs a popular Blog and is about to Tweet out his newest post. He wants to analyze how many of his followers click on the URL in his tweet.
John uses Taveo to create a link. Taveo transforms his url from www.johnspopularblog.com/2014/10/20/post1 to tav.so/GBr4x
John tweets: "Hey Everyone, just posted my newest thoughts on #popular_thing, check it out http://tav.so/GBr4x/"
Taveo now monitors incoming traffic for John's link, enabling him to analyze exactly who read his blog through Twitter.
Sally runs a mobile app company. Her newest cross platform app is available on Google Play and the Apple App Store.
She would really like a single URL that can send Android devices to the Play Store and iPhones to the Apple Store.
Sally uses Taveo to create a dynamic link, sending iPhone users to https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sallys-app/id1094591345?mt=8 and Android users to https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sallyapp.android&hl=en
She can now use her newly created dynamic link for an upcoming advertising campaign, automatically routing all clicks to the correct app store!
She also recieves the benefit of Taveo's click tracking and auditing features.