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These days, blogging and online marketing are all about user engagement and the value of your unique visitors. No longer are advertisers interested in impression metrics, rather, they’re looking towards things like user experience and user engagement as a sign of successful blogging or content marketing. Thus,  it’s high time that bloggers and online publishers focus on boosting engagement statistics and enhancing their sites so that they’re not only attractive to visitors, but also attractive to advertisers. While increasing user engagement sounds nice, it’s no easy task—until now.

Infocc is a brand new tool that helps bloggers increase their website engagement without doing much more than adding a one-line javascript snippet to their site. After placing the javascript, Infocc will instantly start serving pop-able information links to your readers with related pages and offers, giving them more content that’s custom-tailored to their interests. And while we all know how annoying popups can be, Infocc allows users to easily set up and maintain popup links, ensuring that there isn’t a popup overload.

Infocc is a great tool for bloggers and publishers who are looking for an easy way to drive engagement, minimize bounce rate, maximize visitor duration, and increase revenue. It also helps improve SEO with its built in SEO maximizer and provides detailed analytics reports that integrate with Google Analytics. What’s best is that Infocc is fully automated, allowing you to simply set it and forget it, and start sending traffic to money making pages while also increasing your user engagement.

To find out more about Infocc, visit their website at http://www.infocc.com.

Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is an online marketing industry veteran, and the founder of TheMail.

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Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is an online marketing industry veteran, and the founder of TheMail.

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