January 13, 2009
If you think that someone you know might like to start their own blog, browse through the .com community, or become a contributor to your blog, you can send out an invite from WordPress. Here’s how.
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I tried all this but nothing seems to work. I invited a friend who didn’t have a WordPress account. He tells me he registered with his E-Mail address but I’ve searched for his E-Mail address and WordPress claims that no user exists with the same.
Either we’re doing something wrong, or WordPress is doing something wrong. I don’t get it.
Does he need to come onto my blog and register *at* my blog somehow?
Hi upinvermont – have you tried running a search on the username your friend used (rather than their email)? If you continue to have problems with this it might be best to contact the WordPress.com support team, and letting them know about the problems you’re having by clicking here. They’ll try to help you to resolve the issue.
yes i will
how can you invite your twitter followers?
Hi, I need to invite over one hundred (100) contributors to be authors.
Is it possible to do this in one go (I tried putting commas between email addresses on the form and it did not work) or will I have to enter each individual invite seperately?
There’s currently no way to bulk add that I’m aware of. It’s certainly something you might want to consider leaving as request/feedback on the forums.
I’m using Feedburner, but interested in switching away from it. Our email subscription contains a link to the Feedburner sign-up page. Is it possible to embed a link so that people can join our blog from that email signature? I’ve read several help files and not found a way to do that. Thanks so much for all responses.
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