FREE Feedburner PRO Account for You and Your Mom!
I’m giving away a Free Feedburner PRO Account to
the first 100 every single visitor of this blog.
What does Feedburner PRO Account offers?
1. FeedBurner Stats PRO
the real feed stats: you’ll get the number of people who have viewed or clicked your content and you’ll finally discover your reach: the real number of subscribers who interacted with your feed content (but be warned: it really disappointing… it’s a very small fraction of your subscribers!)
some DNS voodoo to maintain consistency between your feed address and your domain. I.e. your feed url will be www.yourdomain.com/feed instead of feed.feedburner.com/something .
3. PRO Badge
turning your account in a PRO Account will show a priceless PRO badge near your feed in your MyFeeds page
How To Get Your PRO Account
To get your FREE Feedburner PRO Account you have to:
- write an article about this (evil) linkbait contest
- in the article, link back to www.mapelli.info
- in the article, link back to this page
- go to your feedcount and enable the PRO features that will be automagically available
How To Get Your PRO Account (Alternative)
- skip point 1, 2, 3 and go directly to your feedburner account and enable the PRO features, since they are free for everyone since today :) (thanks google)
What about Mom?
Just sign her up for a feedburner account. She’ll be happy to go PRO!
One more thing…
Let me know how is your reach.
In the comments.
Mine is really really really low. Am I alone?
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