FaazImageGrabber Review : Bonus

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FaazImageGrabber is the only one wordpress plugin that has the most completed features to search article images in just a few seconds. You don’t need to do many things again in searching article images, like opening new tabs on the browser, saving images, renaming, and uploading to your wordpress.

There is a boring thing in posting new article on a website searching images that are relevant to an article! It is right, is not it? You and I feel the same thing every time we will post new article on the web. And today I find the solution.

This is the only plugin that will help you get rid of Boredom and stress when searching article images. With this plugin, you just need to do 3 things :

  • Entering keyword
  • Using filter
  • Saving image

There is no more stress and boredom in searching article images. Now, posting new article will be very exciting. No more! Within just a second you will get a lots of relevant images with your keyword! Select images you need to grab and insert to your post. All done, in your wordpress dashboard!

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WP Content Ranker Review : Bonus

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WP Content Ranker is a wordpress plugin that aalyses sites that rank in Google. It reveals why each site ranks well, how they optimize to rank and what you will need to secure a Page 1 Ranking.

The content tefreshing logic helps you rank for more keywords, get Indexed for more terms and increase targeted traffic. The social syndication features help you increase social signals, leverage authority and boost social awareness.

The content generation features let you create optimized content, “drag and drop” easy without writting a single line of text. WP Content Ranker is the perfect companion for any wordpress site that actually helps you rank. WP Content Ranker reverse engineers google for any keyword, in any language and for any niche. It also works with any Google location of your choice.

It will display the exact titles, the headings used, images added, the actual content and special LSI terms used by each site that ranks in Google. The special terms are put together by cross-referencing each ranking site with one another. This identifies the most important terms required to hit page 1 for your targeted keyword.

By using LSI terms in your content, you’re able to produce content that is highly relevant to your topic. You will be able to cover all areas and be in a position to become the Authority in your niche. The data, terms, and insights given by this wordpress plugin allow you to construct optimized content for yourself that is better than your competitors.

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Pixal Evolution Review : Bonus

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Pixal Evolution is a new app that will change the way you build and distribute graphics, ads, banners, overlays, pop ups and call to actions for ever. Before you think “oh no not another graphics app” read on.

If you do any type of marketing online, whether it’s from product creation to affiliate marketing, then you will know that your main aim is to actually get buyers to your product or affiliate offers. Well a new tool on the market called Pixal Evolution is perfect for that.

So what makes Pixal Evolution so different to other graphic apps? Pixal Evolution is the first app to be totally IAB Compliant, this means all our graphics can be used on the CPA networks!

The software will let you design a graphic that really stands out, think animation, think video embeds (into the graphic), think html embeds (into the graphic), think text effects, think video backgrounds, think live real time skype calls inside adverts, think think huge media database, think of combining Banner Snack, Banner Flow, Ope.nr & Snip.ly with extra features and new technology…you might then just get close to what Pixal Evolution can do.

Now you can easily make interactive ads, banners, creatives or other rich media graphics that instantly capture your
visitors attention and virtually forces them to click. Banner blindness is killing your conversions and click thrus wake up your traffic and start getting the conversions you deserve using Pixal Evolution

Pixal has so many features it is simply mind boggling what it can do for anyone into online marketing. Check out the features below :

  1. Freeform Graphics Creator : You are not restricted by size with our free form graphics creator you can choose any size for your graphics. Unlike other creators we don’t restrict you on size.
  2. Set Graphic Sizes : Over fifty different set sizes all ready to use. These are for banners, mobile banners, social banners, social graphics and more.
  3. Graphics Database : Over 500,000 graphics built into Pixal Evolution that you can use in any of your creations we are adding to this database daily.
  4. Transition Effects : Over 25 transition effects for the graphics, including in and out, bouncing, fade, ease in, scale, elastic and many many more. These can be added to text, images, video or anything you wish.
  5. Button Creator : Pixal Evolution has its own button creator, which lets you use any of our presets and make them into amazing looking buttons, including social and 3D buttons with real clickable actions
  6. Video Embed : You can embed videos directly into your advert or banner canvases and you can make that video clickable. So it becomes part of the advertisement.
  7. Shape Creator : You can use our shape creator and choose from the 12 presets we have, from stars to parallelograms and many more.
  8. Plus much more!!!

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How to Drive New Feature Adoption with Kissmetrics

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When you launch a new feature, you can put adoption (or lack thereof) in four categories:

  • Users that haven’t heard of the new feature
  • Users that have heard of the new feature but haven’t used it
  • Users that have heard of the new feature, used it once or a few times and stopped
  • Users that have heard of the new feature, used it once and are continually using it

Each group of users need to be treated differently. And each group can be learned from to drive more product adoption and help direct future product releases.

Here’s how to do it in Kissmetrics.

Users That Haven’t Heard of The New Feature

You can find who fits into this group by using a simple yes/no survey from a tool like Qualaroo. You can place it on every page of your app and have it appear until the user provides a response:

populations qualaroo survey

For the people that select Yes, you can have a simple messaging saying Thank You. But for those that select No, you can prompt them to check out your new feature.

feature announcement on qualaroo

That’s one way to make sure newcomers are at least aware of your new feature and what it does.

But as the saying goes, you can bring a horse to water but you can’t make him drink it.

In this case, your user is the horse and the water is….ok, bad analogy. But you get the point. Awareness isn’t activation. Activation isn’t engagement.

So, that’s method #1. The other method involves using a little analytics from Kissmetrics. Just pull up a People Search and find the people that are current users, have received the email announcing the feature, but have not used it. While some of these people may have read the subject line, they aren’t too familiar with your new feature because they didn’t open the email and haven’t used the feature in the app.

Run that search, and you’ll get a list that looks something like this (just with different email addresses):

list of people in people search

So it looks like there’s a few people that aren’t too familiar with this feature. For them, we’ll create an email message that we’ll send to them. We won’t have to leave Kissmetrics or export anything to do this. It’s all in the same solution.

new feature announcement through kissmetrics campaigns

We’ll send them an email about this new feature, and will create follow up emails for people that still haven’t used the feature. The goal here is to get users who haven’t heard of the feature to start using it and getting value out of it.

Users That Have Heard of Feature But Haven’t Used It

Now we have the group of users that are at least aware of the feature, but haven’t tried it yet. These users may have opened the email announcing the new feature, visited the feature page, asked a member of your support team a question about it, or click an in-app notification.

You can find any of these people with a simple People Search. Just plugin your conditions and date range, and run a search.

We’ll create a Campaign message for them. Since they’re already aware of the feature, this won’t need be a replica of the email announcement. Instead, we’ll try to entice them to try the feature using the power of social proof. We’ll use customer testimonials that we’ve collected.

jenni testimonial email campaign

This email will be sent to users who are aware of the feature, but have not used it yet. If they receive this email, open it, and still don’t use the feature, we can create another email with a different twist – maybe embed our product video into the email.

And we’ll do all the tracking in Kissmetrics. We’ll keep a watchful eye of the product engagement with Populations:

Now let’s go on to the next group of users.

Users That Have Heard of Feature, Used it Once or Twice, and Stopped

This group of users has heard of the feature, is aware of what it does, and has even tried it a few times before eventually not returning to it.

This group of users needs to be treated a bit differently than the previous two. We aren’t as interested as getting them to try the product as we are gathering feedback to see why they dropped off. The reasons will vary:

  • I didn’t get value out of it
  • I’ve been too busy to get to using it
  • I’m about to cancel

To find this group of people, we’ll run a People Search for users that have used the feature no more than 3 times, have not used in the past 2 weeks, but have logged in in the past 2 weeks. This is to make sure we’re finding the active users that are logging in but are not using our new feature.

If there is a group of people in this search, we’ll create a Campaign and write our message. There are a couple ways we can go – we can either ask them for feedback on the feature or try to get them to use it again. Let’s first start with a feedback email.

campaigns feedback collection

We’ll send this email to our users that fit the criteria mentioned above. The main objective of this interaction should be to gather feedback to see which problems they run into (if any) and discover why they aren’t using the feature anymore, despite still signing in and using the product.

Users That Are Using the Feature Often (5+ times a week)

These can be known as our power users. They’ve not only heard of the feature, they’re actively using it. These users can be a source of feedback, and a few of them may even be willing to provide a testimonial that you can use in public. Some of them may even go a step further and write a positive review on a site like G2 Crowd or Capterra.

The search for these users is pretty straightforward. You’ll find users that have used the feature at least x amount of times in the last week. A good measure for most features is at least 5 – this way you’ll find people that have used the feature 5 or more times during the last 7 days.

getting feature feedback from power users

We can also attempt to learn more from these power users and funnel those insights into future product development and marketing materials. For instance, if we find that the users that get the most use out of our tool are growth teams, but we’ve been targeting marketing teams, we’ll know we should consider modifying our marketing messaging to target growth hackers.

Unique Emails to Each User Group

Throughout this post, we’ve gone through four user groups and emails you can send to each group.

It’s important to keep in mind that these are separate emails going to different groups of users. We aren’t sending all these emails to the same customer group. For example, we won’t be sending the same email to power users as we do to users who have never heard of the feature. Each group gets its own email as they are treated differently and what we are looking to get out of them differs.


Building something people want is hard. At least, building something a lot of people want is hard.

Then, getting them to keep using it day after day, year after year is almost impossible without near-perfect, flawless product iteration.

Customer development can help. So can co-creation.

And good ol’ customer feedback through conversations and emails can also do the trick. Especially when it’s targeted towards a specific user group with differing product-adoption levels. Kissmetrics can help you identify these user groups, and you’ll even be able to send these behaviorally-targeted emails within Kissmetrics. Click the play button to learn more.


Questions? Ask them in the comments.

About the Author: Zach Bulygo (Twitter) is the Blog Manager for Kissmetrics.