How to Extend Your Free Trial Bucket with Cosmic JS


Every Cosmic JS Bucket comes with a 14-day Free Trial as you build out your initial proof-of-concept application. If you're not yet ready to Upgrade your Bucket, extending your Free Trial Bucket with Cosmic JS is as simple as referring a friend or colleague. You have a handy personalized referral link that tracks referred signups and allows you to apply credits to your Cosmic JS Account, and even more specifically to the Bucket of your choice (see GIF below. Here's how to Extend Your Free Trial Bucket with Cosmic JS.


How to Extend Your Free Trial Bucket with Cosmic JS

  1. Set up your (Free) Builder Bucket which includes a free 14-day trial
  2. At any point during your 14-day trial, you have the option to upgrade to any paid plan OR send your personal referral link to a friend or colleague (located in your Dashboard > Account Settings > Referrals.)
  3. Once they sign up, you get 14 more days to use your Builder Bucket

You can invite as many people as you want and there is no limit to the number of Free trial days you can earn from referrals.

I hope that you've found this tutorial helpful. If you have questions or comments about Content Editor Features in the Cosmic JS system, I'd love to hear about them. 

carson@cosmicjs.com 

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