TinyZap⚡️

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Automate OpenGraph images for any website or link 🤩

TinyZap improves click-through rates 📈 for links shared on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and social posts with automatically generated webpage screenshots. 💅

Try it out! 🥳
Takes less than a minute. No code required!
Before and after image. Before a link is plain text. After a link includes an image, title, and description.

How it works

Make boring text links something people want to click

It all starts with any link you want to share.

Could you tweet this to all your followers?
https://legiblenews.com/speed
Sure, but not like that! 🤣
Nobody is going to click on that unless it has an image. 🌄

TinyZap's link shortener captures a screenshot of the webpage and makes the OpenGraph title and description editable—all without any coding.

A person puts a text-only link in the 'Zapomatic' machine. A link with an image, title, and description is coming out on the other side of the machine where a happy person picks it up.
How does this look? I created a TinyZap link from the URL you gave me.
The Speed Report • Legible News
tinyzap.co
Oooo that looks much better! 🤩
The title is a bit of a snoozer 🥱 could you change it?
Yup! How's this?
Top 10 fastest news websites in the world: Read the report
tinyzap.co
Want me to go ahead and share on Facebook, LinkedIn, Discord, and all our social accounts?
Perfect! 👍 Yes!

TinyZap optimizes link to look their best on all social networks.

Twitter

Top 10 fastest news websites in the world: Read the report

LinkedIn

Top 10 fastest news websites in the world: Read the report
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WhatsApp

Top 10 fastest news websites in the world: Read the report
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Works with all social networks

TinyZap links can be shared in any social networking application and it will expand the web address into a link with an OpenGraph image and whatever description you life.

Up your OpenGraph game

Personalize OpenGraph visuals and details each time you share a link. Instead of a single description and image for a webpage, adapt to the moment and the audience with every share. It's the "why" leading the "what".

An illustration that shows how several visual OpenGraph TinyZap links with different titles, descriptions, and images can point to an existing OpenGraph link on a webpage.