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Link to less generic FormKeep page #4243

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r00k commented Dec 9, 2015

This link used to point to a generic landing page. Now it links to a guide written specifically for Jekyll users.

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Link to less generic FormKeep page
This link used to point to a generic landing page. Now it links to a guide written specifically for Jekyll users.
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Thanks, @r00k. Seems useful.

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parkr commented Dec 9, 2015

Thanks, @r00k. Seems useful.

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Indeed, I didn't even know FormKeep existed until I seen this PR.

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envygeeks commented Dec 9, 2015

Indeed, I didn't even know FormKeep existed until I seen this PR.

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@envygeeks Glad you've heard of us now :). Happy to answer any questions you might have about the service (or to hear your feedback if you sign up).

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@envygeeks Glad you've heard of us now :). Happy to answer any questions you might have about the service (or to hear your feedback if you sign up).

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Add utm params to link in docs
jekyll#4243 updated this link to a jekyll-specific page. This commit adds utm params to the link so we can tell that users came to us from the Jekyll documentation. Among other things, this will help us provide better support to Jekyll users who sign up, since we'll know what site generator they're using.

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