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Sign up for a free Sogolytics account.
Give us your honest feedback about our platform on Facebook, Twitter, or another social media site.
Include a link to Sogolytics.com by copying and pasting the following code on the home page of your academic institution’s website.Please do not modify this html code. The license is active as long as the link is active and accessible on home page of your academic institution’s website.
Email your request for a free upgrade to email@example.com.
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What goes in the email I send to Sogolytics to get my free account?
- Your Sogolytics account username
- The Facebook or other social media account name through which you liked and commented on our page
- The URL of your blog post
Yes, we offer significant discounts on these packages. Please see the Discounted Academic License section below.
The plan lasts for one year, at which point you can apply for a renewal. Sogolytics offers a 50 percent discount for the subsequent year.
Within 24 hours of receiving your email with all the necessary information.
Academic institutions can take advantage of a 50 percent discount on Pro and Premium accounts. No discount is offered on Enterprise packages.
Please share relevant details that you qualify as a 501(c)(3) organization in the US, or equivalent.
No problem. You may post and share about Sogolytics on any popular social media channel, including Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
The sky’s the limit! You might include your favorite features of the platform, your projects, or what you’ve learned from your research. If Sogolytics made a difference, share how!
If you cannot post a blog, post a review, or like and share about Sogolytics, you may still be eligible for a Discounted Academic License. See below to learn more.