To give a little back on Friday, June 24, we’re giving away ten (30-day) promotional PMP flashcard memberships. These will be fully functional memberships. You’ll have access to all 2,000 PMP exam flashcards. You’ll have access to real-time progress. The only drawback is it will only be a (30-day) promotional membership. But, if you’re preparing for the ®PMP, this is your chance to save 10 bucks! (the cost of unlimited access at PMPrepFlashcards) We all know, with the cost of a PMI membership, the PMP exam, and other preparation materials, you’re going to need it. Since Twitter has been so instrumental in our success thus far, we’re limiting this promotion to Twitter account holders only.
3 Simple steps
Get 1 of the 10 promotional memberships
- Have a Twitter Account
- Log into PMPrepFlashcards with your Twitter Account
- Send us an email identifying your Twitter Account Name and we’ll flip the switch
Let us know if you want us to tell others that you got a FREE 30-day membership.
3 Simple steps
Get a free unlimited account or money
- Create a PMPrepFlashcards account (Does not require Twitter login but it’s easier)
- Get someone else to sign up for a Premium account ($10)
- Have them send us an email with your account name.
Think of it as a referral fee. If you get others to sign up, and you have a PayPal account, we’ll start sending you $5 for each. Don’t forget, they have to send us an email with your account name.
Graphic source: Politiken.dk
So, as you can see, we’re getting a little better at graphic development. I guess you get what you pay for. So, if given the choice, which would you click? We’re finally at a point where the PMPrepFlashcards product is stable at version 1.1.1 and we’re very happy to introduce it to new customers. But, how do you do that? How do you get people to a new website? One way is to get potential customers to have ads.
Here are 2 ads that have appeared here on The Critical Path. Through recommendation, I added my name to the ads. Nobody knows who HueCubed or PMPrepFlashcards are. I’m doing some A/B testing to see which is more clickable. Is it the flashy ad or the plain ad?
Do me a favor, choose one! By selecting number 1 or number 2, Google Analytics should tell me which is the most popular. Who needs a poll when I can just review the Analytics?
If you want to let you feeling known publicly, I welcome comments below.
Every month I get a copy of PMI Today and I annotate 3 data points: New PMP® for the month, new PMPs year-to-date (YTD), and total number of active PMPs. The trend continues, with the new number of PMPs in April totaling 4,718. Year-To-Date total is 19,596. There are a total of 381,111 active PMPs.
The current trend predicts PMI will hit 400,000 active PMP credential holders this year.
Though I’m still worried we’re rapidly reaching a tipping point, I want to congratulate those 4,718 out there who passed the exam. It’s no cakewalk and I recognize your efforts and achievement.
Of those 4,718, I’ve been in contact with several who passed the exam with the aid of my new product PMPrepFlashcards.com. Yes, I know, gratuitous plug.
|New PMPs (Monthly)
|New PMPs (YTD)
|Total Active PMPs