Listing link after link in an email, on your website, in your online profile, in printed materials, or anywhere else could end up looking messy and confusing, especially if those links are long and complicated. On services like Twitter, posting many links in one message may be outright impossible due to character limits.

Service iFram.es (a.k.a. iFra.me) aims to remedy above issues by bunching multiple URLs into just one handy, compact link. Just like a typical URL shortener, a iFram.es link will save space wherever you publish it, and look a lot cleaner. Unlike other services, with iFram.es you can include multiple web addresses all in the same small URL.

Pack a whole bunch of links together and share them with one small link. It’s a useful free service when you want to share a number of links with someone through social outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, AIM, Yahoo! Messenger, MySpace, etc. It’s just easier to share that way.

Multiple sites framed in one handy link