Good news for everyone who posted a link to their pMetrics review in the “Get a free premium account” thread from a few weeks back. Your accounts have been credited, and are now good until May 11, 2008! Sorry for the delay, but some updates had to be made to the backend code first to properly support it. If I missed anyone, let me know.
Ryan mentioned that anyone who had also written a review PRIOR to that thread being posted would be eligible for this. If you are one of those people, please leave a comment here so I can credit your account – otherwise, I have no idea who you are!
My status says blogger, does that mean I was credited? I posted a comment on the other thread with my review.
I have posted my review, yet not upgraded 🙁
James, cool, I upgraded your account.
Ok, I’ve added another post which is more relevant to the new version of Performancing Metrics:
Spying on your visitors
James – you’ll have to ask Ryan about that one… I would think that it does not count, because part of the reason behind this promotion is to create buzz in the “blogosphere”. Updating an old article isn’t nearly as good as writing a new one, because old articles won’t be seen by nearly as many people.
Michael and Liewcf – your accounts have been credited!
Not sure if my post is qualified for the free upgrade…here is it:
I got 12 user(s) have signed up through my affiliate link.
I wrote a review just after you came back up as pmetrics. It’s located here:
Does this one count? A review of the original Performancing Metrics (though I changed the links quite a while ago thanks to the affiliate link).
Statistically Addicted – Performancing Metrics
elad – you have been upgraded!
cjumbo and rikken – one of the requirements was that the post has to be at least 250 words long. Perhaps you could revise your posts or post a new article?
Here it is:
I want to spread pMetrics to Japanese.
I did it a few weeks ago:
Have a nice time!
Here it is:
I published it just a few days before you announced the free upgrades
Cheers me dears, the “delay” worked in my favour as I am a new user, which meant I was already enjoying the benefits via the free trial period. 🙂