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Having people remember your website URL is not easy. You need to have a domain name that is catchy and stays in one’s mind. But even then, some people might not be able to recall your site’s URL when they are sitting in front of their computer, wanting to visit your website. What they might remember however are pictures. If you provide them with a sequence of images as code, it will have a better chance of being remembered than your site URL. Based on this advantage and other advantages of images over text, SayTag was created to help you encode site URLs in combinations of icons and text.


SayTag is an excellent web service that lets you encode web links in the forms of icons and text. You start using the website by picking out your icons in the sequence you want and then typing in the text you want to put in, if any – the text can go in the middle of the icons as well. You can then register your icon for free and have it redirected to a specific URL. You can change the destination URL and the size of the image anytime from your dashboard.

When people look at your SayTag code, they can visit the website, enter the code, and be taken to your set URL. Smartphone users, if they want, can use their microphone to input the code via speech. You get one free SayTag per account and it remains active for as long as it in use. If they experience a month of inactivity, they are removed. To keep them active even then, you will have to pay $4.95 per year. The same price needs to be paid for additional SayTags you want to create.


This simple code creator can come in handy while encoding long URLs for people to quickly visit. In a way, the codes created here are similar to QR codes; however QR codes need to be scanned while these codes simply need to be remembered. A person only has to look at the code once and they will memorize it long enough to check it out on the SayTag website.


  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Lets you create codes composed of text and icons.
  • Codes redirect to URLs.
  • Free account supports up to one month of inactivity of code.

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  1. Rob Hindle
    November 1, 2012 at 10:46 am

    The home page showed a globe and the number one as an example to try, so I tried that, I said into the microphone "Globe One". The system converted that to "Go porn".
    I'm not sure that's what was intended so I tried again, this time I got "group porn".

    Maybe it recognises my voice and what I last looked at (joke!).

  2. Lisa Santika Onggrid
    November 1, 2012 at 4:58 am

    I'm curious. How to pronouce the SayTag you use in the screenshot (one that ends with 78?)