The forums for my web hosting provider are fairly busy since they are one of the top web hosting companies. I have got permission to make a post promoting HP that will include my URL tracking token/code from the admins there. I wanted to make sure it was cool since I'm a moderator there and didn't want to blow my mod status or break any rules.
I would like to make the most out of this one time posting and I am looking for suggestions as to what may be the most effective way to get a lot of them to register.
I have been considering linking to the tour page and another link to the registration page. But I tend to think there may be a better approach I have not though of yet. Thanks for any suggestions you may offer.
I would prequalify within the posting and send them directly to the sign up page
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