There’s a new Bible reference URL shortener on the block, and you’re going to want to start using it.
It’s not only easy to use, but it’s uniquely different than other Bible reference linkers:
Most Bible reference links take visitors to a specific website (youversion.com, biblia.com, etc.). But when your friends click on a bib.ly URL, they are taken to a page that lets them choose the Bible website they prefer for reading. You can specify a translation, but they get to choose the website or software they like best.
If that wasn’t enough, you can easily add bib.ly to your site.
When you visit bib.ly, you can easily create links to Bible verses for Twitter, Facebook, email, whatever you like. It has a nice, clean, fresh look:
It’s really, easy. Just key-in your verse, and it generates the URL. I would imagine if you used it enough, you wouldn’t even need to visit the site and you could easily type it direct, see:
When someone clicks on your bib.ly link, it sends them to the bib.ly site, where they can read the verse and select from a number of popular Bible verse websites:
If you want to create a link to a Bible verse in a specific Bible version, bib.ly can do that, too!
Simply select the version of your choice when you type your Bible reference. Again, if you use bib.ly enough, you may be able to pound-out those links by memory:
Like before, when someone clicks on your bib.ly URL, it takes them to the bib.ly website. This time the verse shown is in the version you selected, and as before, the user can select from a number of popular Bible verse websites:
As you can see, bib.ly is certainly worth bookmarking, but wait, bib.ly offers more.
With bib.ly, can add popups to your site:
If the user clicks on the link, it takes them to the bib.ly website as seen before.
Currently, you can popup the verse in ESV, NET, KJV, and LEB. They’re working on adding more in the future.
There are three delightfully easy ways to add bib.ly to your website or blog:
I am really impressed with bib.ly. Integrating multiple ways to execute it into a blog or website and a great social media Bible reference tool.