Many times I want to link to sites with questionable content but I don’t because most of the people that read this work at a 9-5 job and would get in trouble for looking at such content. Well a good friend of mine has a site nsfw.us that is similar to tinyurl only it kills 2 birds with 1 stone. It shortens URLS and also has a interstitial page which warns users about the page not being safe for work.

For instance seoblackhat recently made a post that I think everyone should read because he pounds home the same point I try to make all the time about being action oriented. At the same time he uses some pretty graphic language to get his point across.

Here is the link here to seoblackhats post

So now feel free to link and not get your friends fired!

By Jeremy Schoemaker

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15 thoughts on “Not Safe For Work Links – NSFW.US – Link Condom ++”
  1. That is a cool idea. We are working on a nsfw system for our site.. it masks the url and on the index page.. but we need to put the intermission page as well.

    anywho.. nice!

  2. I read that SEOblackhats post earlier today at work.

    I wish I had read your post first. lol!

    Thanks, Bro…

  3. Only problem is…it displays the NSFW language in the interstitial page! So, content filters will trip on that.

    Maybe an **** system to filter out the bad words if there are any to warn about?

  4. argh…I hate tinyurl, especially when I get like 400 hits from it in a day, and I have no idea from where.

    This, however, is a cool idea.

  5. Is there any reason they put the results page in a frame? Is that good for the user or just good to increase page views for nsfw.us?

  6. In a day when we see thousands of EXACT clones of successful websites its refreshing to see just a little modification can improve the users experience and bring a whole new use to an established service

  7. Actually shoe, I don’t know about other users out there but the US DOD will view this site as a “proxy” or “anonymizer” type site and block it as well. Constantly trying to access sites via a proxy and bypass gov network restrictions is a non no as well :(. It’s just as bad as going to the NSFW site istelf because it’s considered a security violation.

  8. The results are in a frame so people can easily copy/paste the url with the NSFW warning – instead of pasting a direct link to the content. That was the concept anyhow.

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