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Change in Basic Free Membership - feed140.com

Change in Basic Free Membership

For the past 6 years, Feed140 has been proudly offering its basic service without asking for any compensation. Feed140 has helped thousands of companies and individuals save time and money by automatically posting to their Twitter and Facebook accounts.

During the decision making process of evolving Feed140 even further, we have come to a crossroad that is compelling us to make a tough decision. While our team would love to continue offering Feed140 basic level service for free, we must consider: keeping up with the demands of the software, investing time and resources, and maintaining quality support. Therefore we have come to the difficult conclusion that we can no longer provide Feed140 for free.

Beginning May 1st, 2017, Feed140 basic service will be offered as a 15 day free trial converting to a $4 per month subscription.

If you wish to continue using Feed140 basic service you must upgrade using the special link that you will receive in your email.  This special link will be sent to the email address that you used to signup for your free account.  This link will allow our current free members a opportunity to continue using the basic service at just $12 per year ($1 a month!).

What will happen after May 1st, 2016?

Feed140 will get converted to a 15 day free trial with a $4 a month recurring charge and will continue to accept and deliver social posts.  Customers that do not take advantage of the special link inside of their email will no longer have access to their account.  If, after May 1st customers wish to continue using a Feed140 basic subscription, they must re-register for the 15 day trial account.

PS.  You can also click on the “Subscription” link inside of your account and upgrade to a Pro or Expert level subscription before the rate increase on those plans.  This will “lock in” your subscription at the current low price.

** UPDATE:  This offer will be extended only until our programmers complete the programming necessary to launch the upgrade.  This could be hours or days, so don’t procrastinate any longer.  Click that link in your email!


  1. I don’t even remember signing up for the free version. What exactly does Feed140 do.

    Comment by Charisse Tyson on April 16, 2017 at 8:57 AM

  2. It posts to a facebook or twitter page in a loop. So if you have say 150 posts, it’ll scroll through them posting as many as you want to post per day.

    Comment by Cathy Roberts on May 13, 2017 at 6:42 AM

  3. What about the paid subscriptions??? When are you going to fix the glitch that prevents the addition of pictures or book covers?

    Comment by Jerrie Alexander on June 29, 2017 at 7:58 AM

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