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VidEngagr Review : Bonus

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VidEngagr – what is it? VidEngagr is a web based SAAS that is allowing you to engage your audience using the power of video guides. It is adding a step by step guide in parallel with the video that is allowing viewers to understand the content inside the video very easily.

VidEngagr was built to be a tool to get the edge over your competition and make your site stand out as the Go-To when promoting products or services!

Even if you are camera shy, videngagr takes the guess work out of marketing and allows you to strategically place optimized content and links in front of people using Videos.

For example, as an Affiliate Marketer, you can use VidEngagr to sell your products or you could do a review video where you include your own affiliate link, key interesting points and call-to-actions over the video you choose.

It’s a marketing mashup that harnesses the power of video with guides that help explain the video you are watching in more depth … But with a marketing twist.

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Oracle’s CX Cloud Suite Helps Digital Transformation

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By: Nathan Joynt 

CX Cloud Business Group Content Director

Business leaders realize that customer experience (CX) is the defining strategic imperative to delight customers, compete, and win in the modern digital age as control of the buyer-seller relationship has shifted in favor of the buyer.

But critical decisions must be made. Which technology should we buy? Who should we partner with? How will we integrate solutions, connect customer data, and maximize limited budget? How will we select a vendor when ­­there are more than 5,000 CX marketing solutions alone!

Oracle is an expert in CX technology, Cloud IT, and has developed practical artificial intelligence (AI) technology that’s embedded in Oracle applications. Oracle focuses on simplifying technology decisions and usage so businesses can focus on innovation and exceed their skyrocketing customer expectations.

Here are five reasons why Oracle CX Cloud Suite is the best partner choice for every aspect of CX strategy and digital transformation.

1. Oracle CX Cloud Suite is the most complete, connected, and configurable offering to leverage across any industry or business model.

The implications of a complete, integrated suite of cloud-based CX technologies is that businesses will immediately save more money and have the ability to incrementally increase revenue all while empowering their workforce to develop preferred customer experiences.

In the recent report, “The Forrester Wave™: Digital Experience Platforms, Q3 2017”, Forrester mentions Oracle as the sole leader. Forrester states current market activity well:

“The digital experience platform market matters because companies are looking to provide digital customer experiences across every step of a customer's journey. And that requires software that spans marketing, commerce, service, analytics, and more…. Oracle has one of the broadest portfolios—including content, commerce, marketing, data, analytics, and customer care—of any vendor we evaluated. As one reference told us: ‘No one else has the length and breadth of integration and future development dollars. I think Oracle is in this for the long haul.’"

2. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming customer engagements. Oracle offers practical and immediately useful Adaptive Intelligent Apps across Oracle CX applications.

Customer behaviors are difficult to predict. No two customer journeys are alike. Customer journey mapping and behavioral analysis are favorite techniques for understanding general customer behavior. But these human-driven methods fall short in scale and personalization. It's implausible to expect manual approaches to provide the perfect, individualized experiences customers will come to expect. AI technology solves this CX challenge.

Embedding AI into applications has several far-reaching benefits:  

  • Customers can begin using advanced machine learning and AI capabilities with less ramp-up time and faster time to market.
  • Business leaders focus on managing their business outcomes and their bottom lines while new technology adapts to them, rather than maintaining older technology.
  • Cloud applications provide unmatched agility, scalability, and the ability to always be up to date—the ideal environment and foundation for AI capabilities to be infused, and most cost-effective.

3. Oracle AI technology is fueled by Oracle Data Cloudthe world’s largest third-party data marketplace, which delivers improved customer understanding for consumers and businesses.

Oracle Data Cloud provides more than 5 billion global consumer and business IDs. Data can be segmented and selected from more than 60,000 data segments sourced from 1,500 data sources and 15 million websites. It has behavioral data gleaned from $3 trillion in annual observed consumer spending.

Oracle’s Adaptive Intelligent Apps use Oracle Data Cloud information and your first-party customer information to generate real-time customer insight. Those insights give you personalized, connected, and relevant customer experiences.

So the combination of AI and Oracle Data Cloud become a valuable competitive advantage for business leaders, as it provides the enhanced insight on customers that can help close sales faster, resolve service issues faster and improve digital conversion rates across your business.  

4. Oracle Cloud expertise helps businesses simplify complex operations, maximize budget, and reduce costs.

Oracle offers the only cloud needed to run an entire organization—cloud applications for the front and back office, platform as a service (PaaS) for integrating and extending applications, and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) for leveraging Oracle’s cloud compute power. And Oracle’s newly announced autonomous databases and automated software offerings allow any business to develop any preferred IT operation and reallocate human labor and associated costs out of database setup and management.

The choices of Oracle's deployment models reflect this as well. You can use Oracle’s public cloud to access our IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, and DaaS (data as a service) capabilities. We also offer Oracle Cloud at Customer, which enables customers to run Oracle Cloud services on-premises in their data center. It's hard to find this level of integration, completeness, flexibility, and autonomy from any other technology vendor.

5. Industry analysts list Oracle CX applications in market-leading positions in more than 29 reports.

These individual analyst reports prove Oracle offers best-in-class technology with more than 20 individual CX applications across sales, marketing, service, and commerce lines of business. Oracle understands that the creation of an integrated CX technology suite may be an iterative process, addressing functional CX needs across the organization. Therefore, Oracle’s applications are modular, scalable, and highly configurable, seamlessly fitting together to serve ever-changing business requirements.

"At Oracle, we feel any organization looking at CX in a more strategic and considered manner is going to favor the completeness, integration, and depth of Oracle CX Cloud Suite to help in their business transformation by incorporating innovations, applications, and services from Oracle to help them deliver better customer experiences." —Des Cahill, Oracle’s head CX evangelist

Execution Is the Challenge to Exceeding Skyrocketing Customer Expectations

It's a crowded market and placing focus on a differentiated customer experience is key to convincing prospects and current customers to come back for more. As organizations look to grow top and bottom lines they are increasingly aware of the need to digitally transform their operations.

As if it were that simple.

Yesterday it was about moving to the cloud and cloud disruption. Today it's all about taking the next step—leveraging artificial intelligence, IoT, chatbots, and other smart, disruptive technologies. And perhaps that's the key. It's all about getting smarter. Digital transformation is a conviction and a process, not a final state. The customer satisfaction objective is never going to be complete. Buying behaviors will increasingly evolve and get smarter. So too then must the business.

Learn more about Oracle's suite of smarter CX technology offerings:

Read The Forrester Wave™: Digital Experience Platforms, Q3 2017 https://blogs.oracle.com/five-reasons-why-oracle-smarter-cx-cloud-suite-helps-business-digital-transformation-v2

5 Ways Oracle Keeps Its Cloud Platform Open

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When Amit Zavery laid out the Oracle Cloud Platform roadmap at Oracle OpenWorld on October 2, one of the first themes he focused on was keeping that platform “open.”

“This is something that we really believe is important,” said Zavery, senior vice president for Oracle Cloud Platform.

Zavery emphasized that Oracle’s application development, integration, management, and other platform services are built around open standards, including those for emerging technologies such as blockchain, machine learning, and chatbots. Oracle enhances the best open source innovations with tools for management, security, development, and high-performance infrastructure that companies need to put them to practical use.

Here are just five areas that Zavery noted in which Oracle Cloud Platform delivers on the open promise.

1. Container-Based AppDev

Containers are becoming a go-to option for software developers to build and deploy applications, but developers don’t want to be locked into one cloud based on their development platform. Oracle is giving them a platform to manage containers and microservices on true open source standards, not forked proprietary versions.

Oracle just announced the Oracle Container Native Application Development Platform, which includes a managed Kubernetes environment for container orchestration, a continuous integration/continuous development engine, and private registry services. (See the Oracle Developers Blog for more.)

“We’re taking the important open source innovation and providing automation, management, and enterprise-grade capabilities around that,” Zavery said.

2. Blockchain-Based Collaboration

The new Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service is built on Hyperledger Fabric, the open source effort led by the Linux Foundation to spur cross-industry blockchain standards. Blockchain is a cloud-based distributed ledger that can be used in business-to-business partner ecosystems for more secure transactions and data sharing.

Zavery’s platform-as-a-service (PaaS) roadmap session demonstrated how blockchain could help supply chain partners share select application data to speed the product recall process. The blockchain service will let companies do trusted real-time information sharing, having the effect of extending their applications beyond an enterprise’s own walls.

3. New Channels for Chatbots

Oracle’s new bot-building capability, part of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, includes built-in links to third-party channels, including the Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice-based assistants, as well as messaging platforms such as Slack, Skype, WeChat, and Facebook Messenger. This capability lets customers build bots once to run on these channels. “You don’t want to have to rebuild your bots every time a new channel comes into play,” Zavery said.

4. API-First and Third-Party App Integration

Oracle Integration Cloud Service includes out-of-the-box, standards-based cloud adapters to the most popular third-party cloud and on-premises applications, including Salesforce.com, SAP, and Microsoft apps. “It doesn’t have to be an all-Oracle ecosystem for companies to adopt Oracle Cloud Platform,” Zavery said.

And Oracle’s API management tools includes Apiary, which lets developers manage the complete API lifecycle starting with prototype, test, and document APIs using industry standards such as OpenAPI and API Blueprint.

5. Choice of Technology Stack

In the broadest sense, Oracle’s platform lets developers choose their technology stack, Zavery said. It supports languages such as Python, Ruby, and Node.js, not just Java apps, as well as MySQL and NoSQL databases such as Cassandra, not just Oracle Database. In its big data platform, Oracle supports Hadoop, Spark, and Kafka as fully managed cloud services.

Open doesn’t mean undifferentiated, however. Zavery noted that Oracle Cloud Platform gives companies the tools to put these industry standard technologies to practical use: the governance, security, and management, as well as the high-performance infrastructure and easy-to-use interfaces.

In addition, Oracle makes sure companies are ready for the big idea that’s sure to come next. Said Zavery: “We have a technically unified and proven PaaS offering, completely based on open standards, delivering continuous innovation.”

Chris Murphy is Oracle director of cloud content.

Safe Harbor Disclaimer: The preceding is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle's products remain at the sole discretion of Oracle Corporation.

Statements in this article relating to Oracle’s future plans, expectations, beliefs, and intentions are “forward-looking statements” and are subject to material risks and uncertainties. Such statements are based on Oracle’s current expectations and assumptions, some of which are beyond Oracle’s control. All information in this article is current as of October 17, 2017 and Oracle undertakes no duty to update any statement in light of new information or future events.

 

 

https://blogs.oracle.com/5-ways-oracle-keeps-its-cloud-platform-open

Oracle Inspiring Students as Part of Land-Speed Record Attempt

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October 3 was a very exciting day for Oracle Academy. From the Oracle OpenWorld main stage, in front of an audience of 8,000 people, Thomas Kurian, Oracle’s president of product development, announced that Oracle Academy will join forces with the Bloodhound Education Foundation.

Richard Noble, director of the Bloodhound Project, whose ambitious goal is to break the world land-speed record (763 miles per hour) on its way to exceeding the 1,000-mph mark, underlined the importance of the relationship to Oracle, to Bloodhound, and to students and teachers worldwide. “This collaboration is going to be really, really huge,” he said.

We couldn’t agree more.

One of the main challenges in teaching computing is in making the subject matter tangible for students. As with its cousin STEM disciplines, math, and physics, computing makes use of algorithms, equations, and functions to describe, explore, and manipulate the world around us. The challenge in teaching those subjects to middle and high school students is that it’s very hard to connect what is on the paper or in the code to something they can see or touch.

It’s one of the reasons so many students give up on studying STEM subjects.

Almost since its inception 10 years ago, the Bloodhound Project has aimed to change that dynamic for students of math, engineering, and physics. With the new Oracle Academy relationship, together we now aim to change it for students of computer science, too.

Born of the Space Race

There is a compelling story behind the Bloodhound Project that I didn’t know about before beginning this collaboration. Inspired by the Space Race in the 1950s and ‘60s, a small group of people set themselves a challenge to build a car that could be driven faster than the speed of sound. 

Noble, a Scotsman, was one of those people. Working with a team of engineers and other experts, he succeeded, first driving the Thrust2 car to a 633-mph world record and then leading the Thrust SSC team (SSC stands for “supersonic car”) to be the first to break the sound barrier on land in 1997 at a still-record speed of 763 mph.

The Bloodhound Project was initiated not only to surpass that land-speed record, but to put it entirely out of reach by driving its SSC faster than 1,000 mph—faster than any car or, for that matter, low-altitude aircraft has ever gone.

The team must consider all kinds of variables: On what kind of surface does the car need to travel to optimize speed? How do you engineer solid wheels since the centrifugal forces at these speeds make the use of regular tires impossible? How do you manage fuel flow to maximize thrust? Which kind of fuel do you use? How do you design the car for maximum aerodynamic efficiency? How do you keep the car from catching on fire and, most important, how do you keep the driver safe?

The dream of designing and building a car to go faster than 1,000 mph will likely become a reality thanks to expert engineering, a mastery of the principles of physics, the driver’s and team’s raw courage, and (through the work with Oracle) leading-edge computing and data analytics technologies.

STEM Inspiration

But the Bloodhound Project isn’t only about going fast. From the outset, it has aimed to accomplish what John F. Kennedy’s challenge to put a man on the moon did for children in the 1960s: Inspire them to study math and engineering and become the inventors and innovators that lead society into the future. 

At the urging of the UK Minister of Defense in the late 1990s, Noble led the vision to bring the project’s ongoing development challenges to students across the UK. Project organizers estimate that in 2016 more than 129,000 students in the UK had face-to-face access to a variety of instruction materials related to the project’s data feeds.

As part of its collaboration with Oracle, Bloodhound will stream data during its test runs from the more than 550 sensors and cameras on its car to Oracle Cloud. It plans to deliver that data to students and other enthusiasts in 230 countries.

Machine learning algorithms will support data modeling in helping the team predict what will happen to the car and driver as the vehicle nears and then breaks the sound barrier. “Once we go faster than 800 mph, we are truly entering the unknown,” says Mark Chapman, the project’s technical director. “We may discover challenges and barriers we haven’t even thought of.”

The augmented reality simulation of the car traveling at 1,000 mph—developed by Bloodhound students and interns, using Oracle Java Cloud and real car data, and shown at Oracle OpenWorld on October 3—is mind-blowing. It’s so good that it’s simultaneously like being in the driver’s compartment, inside the car engines (there will be three of them), and watching a movie of the car in motion.

It takes everything that is abstract and makes it very exciting and very real.

Oracle Academy Vision

The goal of Bloodhound and Oracle Academy joining forces is to make the project’s data available to students for learning, both in the form of structured, controlled coursework and eventually in the form of raw data.

Oracle Academy’s role will be to help as many as 3.5 million of our students and their teachers worldwide understand and explore how computing technologies enable such a project. The first two projects leverage Alice and Greenfoot, educational Java development environments, to encourage students to explore and design a base camp for test runs, as well as to modify car design and driving variables to make their simulated cars exceed 1,000 mph. Additional projects are currently being considered.

The collaboration between Oracle Academy and the Bloodhound Education Foundation has the power to bring all the difficulties and excitement of a real-world, unsolved problem to classrooms and students worldwide. It will give students and teachers the opportunity to ask their own design questions, consider their own variables, and eventually test their own theories and designs using real-world data. 

We’re delighted to become part of this 21st-century engineering challenge.

https://blogs.oracle.com/oracle-inspiring-students-as-part-of-land-speed-record-attempt

Growth Hacking vs. Growth Mapping: What You Should Be Doing To Scale Your Business

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So, you’ve tweaked your landing pages until your conversion rates can’t get any better, split tested every facet of your ad campaigns and collaborated with influencers in your niche to maximize your exposure.

What’s next?

These tactics are wonderful and can generate explosive growth, but after a while, you’ll reach a plateau.

Once your startup is a fully-fledged, profitable business, growth challenges become different. While a startup is focussed on big wins to make the cash register ring, established businesses need to think in terms of more stable, incremental forms of growth. It’s no longer about growth hacking; growth mapping has to take center stage.

This continuum of business growth can be explained using sports as an analogy.

Mixed martial arts have one of the most significant learning curves out of all sports.

In the first six months of training, you can learn the fundamentals of striking, wrestling and jiu-jitsu.

However, the longer you practice, the smaller the improvements you’ll make. Once you’re proficient at the basics, the real journey to mastery begins.

Sure, adding a spinning wheel kick to your arsenal of attacks is beneficial in the short-run, but elite level UFC fighters didn’t reach mastery by continually learning new techniques – they did it by refining their fundamentals, year after year.

Jiu-jitsu expert Demian Maia understands all facets of the game, but he didn’t start achieving spectacular results until he centered his strategy around his strongest skills: wrestling his opponents to the mat and securing a rear-naked choke. Fans often comment that his opponents know exactly what he’s going to do, yet are unable to stop it.

To achieve mastery in any discipline (especially business), tactics that provide short-term explosive growth are great – but the long game requires slower, sustainable progress.

This is the difference between growth hacking and growth mapping.

Whatever stage your business is at, consider using these growth tactics to take you to the next level.

1. Growth Tactics

Here are some non-technical growth tactics to try. These don’t require a/b tests or changing any forms to increase conversions. Instead, they’re simple tactics to test to see if they drive meaningful acquisition.

Personalized Discounts

The generic, one-size-fits-all approach to marketing is no longer applicable.

Nowadays, businesses can leverage user data to deliver more personalized, emotionally resonant messages to their users in order to maximize engagement and profits.

Email marketers have a good understanding of this. Depending on the actions people have taken in response to email campaigns, different email sequences can be fired off.

If a person opened an email promoting a webinar and attended, they might receive a sales-oriented email, whereas if they miss the webinar, their next message might be a gentle reminder of when the next webinar is available.

To take this a step further, I recommend using your analytics data to provide special deals to warm prospects. If a person has viewed a product page numerous times but hasn’t converted – there is a proven interest but something isn’t quite right.

In my experience, offering limited discounts to these users can push them over the edge and get them to convert. In this scenario, leveraging scarcity marketing in a highly personalized way can drive explosive growth.

Incentivized Referrals

Instead of pumping money into ad campaigns to acquire new customers, have you ever considered getting your existing customers to do your marketing for you?

In recent years, Dropbox and Airbnb have achieved extreme growth partially due to referral marketing. However, PayPal created the blueprint many years prior.

Initially offering $20 to new users and $20 for them to refer their friends (this was later scaled down to $10 and then $5), PayPal acquired over 100,000 users in the first month of being operational.

The bold referral program was masterminded by PayPal co-founder, Elon Musk. A consummate scientist, Musk described the viral nature of the program as “bacteria growth in a Petri dish.”

While you may not be able to spend tens of millions of dollars like PayPal did to acquire new customers, a good double-sided referral program (both the referrer and friend benefit) can stimulate tremendous growth.

If you’re not ready to create a formal referral program, consider sending your repeat customers a referral discount code via email. Since they have a positive impression of your brand (proven by repeat purchases), they’ll be happy to refer their friends to you – especially if they’re incentivized to do so.

Guest Posting

A few years back, people used guest posting for all the wrong reasons. In order to game search engines and acquire inbound links, marketers would submit sub-par content to external sites with no concern for providing value to the audience.

Fortunately, Google caught on to this unsavory practice and it’s being phased out.

However, Google is still perfectly happy for people to publish guest posts that, “inform users, educate another site’s audience or bring awareness to your cause or company.”

In other words, guest posting is no longer a link building game; it’s all about delivering value and long-term brand building.

As a free growth tactic, I find guest posting to be exceptionally effective. I aim to write multiple guest posts every week.

If you don’t consider yourself a particularly strong writer, you can hire a quality ghostwriter. You can expect to spend between $150-$300 per post. Make sure you find a quality guest writer that is an expert in their niche. They should have published on reputable blogs before, and are not a “jack of all trades”, meaning they can write on daycare blogs and b2b marketing blogs. Find writers that stick to one niche.

For startups, I recommend saving your best content for guest posts. This sounds counterintuitive, but guest posts will be read more than the posts on your site – so it makes sense to deliver the most value where you’re receiving the most eyeballs.

Gamification

If you’ve ever played the old school MMORPG game, Everquest, one of the most compelling features of the game’s interface was the experience bar, which would tell you how close you are to moving up to the next level.

LinkedIn use a similar gamification tactic to encourage new users to fill out their profiles.

linkedin incomplete profile

There is a core psychological component to gamification tactics such as progress bars.

Research indicates that the simple act of completing something, whatever it may be, leads to a release of endorphins. When the act of completion is associated with positive emotions, you’re compelled to keep completing things – which leads to a large user base for both SaaS companies and MMORPG games!

Think about how you can incorporate gamification into your user experience and you’ll reap the rewards.

Free Merchandise

In the digital era, free merchandise (a.k.a. swag) can seem like a pretty low-tech growth tactic, but this is exactly why it’s so powerful – because not many people are doing it anymore.

By handing out branded t-shirts, mouse pads, pens and other accessories, you can let your free merchandise do your marketing for you.

Counterintuitively, you don’t need a huge upfront investment.

I recommend browsing Alibaba and conversing with manufacturers. You can get your logo branded on a gigantic range of products – just shop around for the right price.

Sometimes, manufacturers will be happy to drop ship your orders, so you don’t have to hold inventory.

Instead of handing out gifts to everyone and anyone, I recommend shipping free branded accessories as rewards to customers who have a high Customer Lifetime Value (LTV).

Someone who has made repeat purchases already holds your brand in high regard, so they’re more likely to show off their free t-shirt or pen to their friends. Since they’re already a profitable customer, you’re not going to lose money on sending them a free gift – whereas you might with non-customers or one-time buyers.

Print on demand t-shirts work excellently in this scenario.

2 – Growth Mapping

Growth Scoring

Once you’ve exhausted all possible growth tactics, the first step to sustainable growth is to examine what’s working and what isn’t.

If content marketing is a core part of your company’s success, I’d recommend tracking key metrics for your campaigns.

When doing growth scoring for clients, I like to be as in-depth as possible. Before moving onto the subsequent mapping phase, I need to be able to answer the following questions:

  • What is the ideal blog post length in terms of generating engagement?
  • What is the ideal article title length?
  • What’s the average bounce rate and time spent on pages?
  • How many social shares are generated per post?
  • Do some types of content create more engagement than others (i.e. infographics and video posts)?
  • Do articles by certain authors perform better than others? If so, why?

Strategy Mapping

After analyzing our scores, we can tell where we should maximize our investment to get the best returns.

For instance, if infographics consistently perform better than blog posts (in my experience, they often do) – allocating additional resources to producing infographics will be beneficial in the long run.

Also at this stage, we have the opportunity to revisit highly performing blog posts and optimize them.

One of my favorite optimization tactics is to provide downloadable content upgrades at the end of these popular posts.

A content upgrade is simply a lead magnet (a checklist, eBook or other item of value that marketers trade in exchange for contact information) with one key difference: they’re contextually relevant.

If you’re a marketing agency, you might feature a lead magnet on your homepage in the form of an eBook about driving website traffic. However, if you’ve seen that an evergreen article about email marketing continually gets lots of views – you might want to provide a checklist at the end of the post describing the steps to creating a killer autoresponder sequence.

Growth mapping is all about examining the data, and then mapping out a course of action for sustainable long-term growth.

Have you used any other growth hacks that have been effective for your business? Please let me know in the comments below, I’d love to hear your replies.

About the Author: Aaron Agius, CEO of worldwide digital agency Louder Online is, according to Forbes, among the world’s leading digital marketers. Working with clients such as Salesforce, Coca-Cola, IBM, Intel, and scores of stellar brands, Aaron is a Growth Marketer – a fusion between search, content, social, and PR. Find him on Twitter, LinkedIn, or on the Louder Online blog.

Spin Rewriter 8.0 Review : Bonus

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Spin Rewriter 8.0 – what is it? Spin Rewriter 8 is the next version of the immensely popular article spinning tool. Spin Rewriter was first launched way back in 2011… and since then, it has become the most popular article spinning tool in the market.

Spin Rewriter 8.0 is the go-to spinner of choice for half the internet marketing industry. Why is it so popular? Because it’s the only one that comes with Emulated Natural Language. This means Spin Rewriter knows when you mean ‘book’ as in ‘novel’ or book as in ‘reserve’, and it adds the right synonyms.

When the ENL Semantic Spinning algorithm detects a part of a sentence that can be changed, spin rewriter will keep the original sentence and add another sentence with a changed part to the generated spintax.With this new feature of Spin Rewriter 8.0 you can :

  1. automatically rewrite complete sentences.
  2. automatically rewrite entire paragraphs.
  3. automatically write additional paragraphs on its own.
  4. automatically change the entire structure of phrases and sentences.

Spin Rewriter 8.0 Review

Spin Rewriter rewrites content on paragraph, word and sentence level. It also turns sentences around and makes sure that only appropriate synonyms are used. Spin Rewriter developers also added the extra article generating algorithm in the 8.0 version. From now on, Spin Rewriter will only generate the most unique articles out of the spinning syntax, which will make your content even more UNIQUE and Google proof.

FormGet Review : Bonus

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FormGet is a cloud-based form building software that allows you to capture leads, collect payments and boost conversions in just a snap which means more leads, more sales and more money in your pocket – no writing, no coding, no website even needed to collect payments!

Do you still struggle to find prospects and convert them into high-paying clients? Well, you are not the only one. There are tons of business owners out there who are facing the same situation. Lucky for you, there’s just the perfect solution. 

Introducing FormGet –  FormGet is a cloud-based form building software that allows you to capture BUYERS, collect payments and boost conversions .. this is a very impressive platform which will work for you even if you have ZERO experience!

You can use this software to :

  1. Create any kind of forms
  2. Collect more leads across your website
  3. Manage multiple forms from single dashboard
  4. Collect one-time or recurring payments
  5. Reply to the leads instantly

FormGet is a complete monster platform that will give you an unfair advantage over other online marketers by offering you hungry new clients for the most requested online services … you are bound to make profit out of this software for sure!

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