I've just posted a WP plugin that makes it easy to use the tweet
button with awe.sm, bit.ly, su.pr, and tinyurl:
http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tweet-button-with-shortening/

On Aug 13, 8:17 am, "Matt LeMay from bit.ly" <matthew.le...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> Hi, folks-
>
> Yes indeed, t.co links will be unwrapped in the stream, so bit.ly pro
> users will still be able to use custom domains, along with bit.ly's
> analytics features.
>
> We put a post up on our blog explaining how publishers can continue to
> use bit.ly pro domains with the Tweet Button:
>
> http://blog.bit.ly/post/945591208/using-bit-ly-with-twitters-tweet-bu...
>
> And we are working on some additional tools and resources for
> publishers.
>
> If you have any specific questions about implementation, do not
> hesitate to contact supp...@bit.ly, or to e-mail me directly!
>
> Thanks-
> Matt LeMay
> m...@bit.ly
>
> On Aug 13, 10:06 am, Tom van der Woerdt <i...@tvdw.eu> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On 8/13/10 5:04 AM, pthomsen wrote:
>
> > > I read in the techcrunch article, that the posting url is wrapped in
> > > t.co, but then when displayed in the stream, the url gets unwrapped
> > > again, so you should see the moxs.ie url (in my case). This doesn't
> > > happen for me. I only see the t.co url.
>
> > > Is there a whitelist of URLs that are accepted by twitter for
> > > 'unwrapping-in-the-stream'? If so, how do I get on that list?
>
> > > Thanks,
> > > Per
>
> > Yesterday I noticed that t.co links were unwrapped in the search, but it
> > looks like that is no longer the case at the moment. Probably taken
> > offline for a few hours to perfect the algorithm, like Twitter usually
> > does after implementing something new (happened to Lists too).
>
> > It looked like all t.co links are unwrapped, so don't worry ;-)
>
> > Tom

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