Woopra Featured on GeekBrief

Cali Loves WoopraFolks. I have a confession to make. I’ve been secretly cheating on all of you for some time now. Oh, and to make matters worse, I’m proud of it.

Yes, you already know that a few months ago I joined Layered Technologies as the Chief Marketing Officer… but I’ve got another on the side. And she’s called Woopra. I’ve been secretly working with Elie Khoury and Jad Younan on this project, and we just unveiled it yesterday at WordCamp, making Beta accounts available for the first time for all participants.

What can I tell you about Woopra? She’s hot, smooth, smart, and sexy. But don’t take my word for it… Here is what Cali from GeekBrief had to say after just a few minutes with Woopra.

So… Do you want a taste of Woopra? It’s in VERY limited beta right now, but I will send invitations to track one Web site over to my regular readers… so if you want to give it a try, drop a comment below. You need to be a registered user on my blog, or an e-mail subscriber so that I can know that you’ve actually been a reader for a while in order to qualify. (Regular known commenters qualify too.)

If you haven’t been a long time reader, but you go ahead and subscribe via e-mail with a promise to stick around, I’ll consider handing out additional invites. :-) For anyone else, you can register on Woopra and add a Web site to track and we’ll get around to approving it as we have the capacity. (It takes a lot of infrastructure to support all this…)

Oh, and one other thing, you have to promise to do a writeup about Woopra and tell Elie, Jad and I what you think.




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  1. Scott Bingham

    Hey, I just subscribed, and I too would like a Woopra invite code. Actually, glad I followed to your blog, looks like the kinda stuff I like any way. I am so new to this whole blogging thing… it is not an easy thing to me. Thanks!

  2. norayr

    Hi!
    I have registered yesterday. I have websites and I’d like to track them. One of my websites is B&B’s website. And It’ll be good if I know from what countries my visitors. And the same time I’ll make notes about Woopra. I want Woopra invitation code.

  3. Hans Henderson

    Interested in Woopra, especially on behalf of the Drupal development community.

    For now, I’d like to try it out on one of my customer’s sites, so one invitation would be greatly appreciated.

    I’m active in the Drupal community, docs maintainer on drupal.org.

    Thanks

  4. larsenk

    Dear John, we are a small shiplover community from germany and our site is all about real time. we’ve developed a flash-client to visualize live position of ships all over the world. our users are worldwide (around 50 permanent clients), so I think woopra would be a perfect addition for our monitoring :) We are good testers too and engaged in the development of Typo3, where the roomers are rising in the moment about the new tracking star on the horizon.
    I just registered on your blog. Thanks anyway for the fresh ideas, the movie makes me really keen. lars


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