I have been testing Delivr.com for a while now and I must say that I see great potential in this service. I have been in contact with David Harper (CEO of Delivr.com) and he told me that Delivr.com is in an early beta right now, but still it’s very functional. I have never experienced any problems using this service so by beta I guess David Harper means that there will be much more functionality added later on.
What can you do by using Delivr.com?
You can create a short mobile/twitter-friendly url, kinda like tinyurl. For example the url for my blog is: perola.delivr.com/106vh (to make it even shorter you can remove your user name: delivr.com/106vh). The unique with this url is that if you go to the url via a mobile device you will get a mobile friendly web page showing your content.
Delivr creates a mobileOK landing page for media and web sites you share
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Have you ever wondered how many percent of the traffic on your web site are generated from mobile devices? Thanks to PercentMobile there are no need wondering anymore.
I got in contact with David Harper the founder and CEO of PercentMobile and he kindly gave me a free invitation code so I were able to test the Mobile Analytics by PercentMobile. Mr. Harper is a productive man, he is also the founder and CEO of Delivr.com and TigTags.com (were he joined original TigTags founders; Stan Weichers and Alex Rondeau). He provided me with a free invitation code for me to share with my readers. I have now tested PercentMobile for a couple of days and I will share my experiences with you.
It is very easy to get started. Just go to www.percentmobile.com and sign up. When signing up use the all exclusive invitation code for breathingtech.com readers: haveflag
The next step is to add some lines pixel-based code to your site, place it in the body tag of the pages you want tracking for. I’m using WordPress and added this code right after the body tag in my header.php file. This is all you need to do, now you need to wait for mobile traffic and for your account to be activated (took a little bit over 24 hours before I could see my report).
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