A monetize toolbar extension for search is not new. There have been various monetize extensions over the years developed, however they all had one thing in common. They used a text-based search. That is one of the elements that makes the Baseify Semantic search so compelling. Unless they have utilized this feature on another site, it will be unique and new to all your website visitors. They can search for items they want via an image and also comparison shop at the same time.
How the Baseify Monetize Toolbar Extension Works
Browser extension monetization sounds far more complex than it actually is in reality. Toolbar monetization starts when you sign up for a free Baseify account. You will then be given a single line containing the code that you insert into your existing site. Once your visitor utilizes the Semantic search function from your website, they will be shown results from a collective search of over 100 million products from thousands of online merchants. The semantic search works with all main usage browsers including Chrome, FireFox, IE, and Safari.
Promotion Tips for Using the Baseify Semantic Search
A good way to make sure this monetize extension works for you is to make a video of using it and post it on your site. Pick a couple of the higher end campaigns you have an affiliate relationship with and promote those products via the semantic search in your video. Also you can promote your own products and show your website visitors how the semantic search works to comparison shop for any item they wish to find a deal on. The searches are not limited to just the United States. The semantic search also supports the following countries : North America: United States and Canada. In Europe the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Denmark, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden.
In Latin America the supported countries are currently : Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, and Colombia. Last but not least, Oceana: Australia, and New Zealand.
Monetize Toolbar and Make More Revenue From Your Site
Along with traditional methods of promotion, it’s a great idea to incorporate methods to promote sales through non-traditional methods. Look at your competitor’s websites, are they utilizing semantic search yet? Be the early adopter and make your site the one that your visitors remember for making their search so easy, yet laser targeted in giving them the exact results they were looking for.
Baseify is an iLeviathan LLC Company from Nevada. Nico Black (M.A.) founded the semantic search that is the heart of the Baseify engine. Wanting to change the face of search that required text. Sometimes people don’t know the name of what they are looking for, but their past search patterns allow to pinpoint their true interest. An algorithm was developed that will search through user behavior looking for the basis of their search, hence the name – Baseify.
Notes From Happy Users
Baseify is catching on fast and pleasing both website owners and users of the toolbar extension. Here are just three of the many testimonials: Genevieve S. from Brazil writes, “I like this option and did not see it when I was buying rugs and carpeting for my house. Keep up the good work…”
A user from India, Mohan D. states: “Nice, very informative, need not to go to other websites to compare prices of products. Do continue.” Tom E. from the United States wrote, “Your app is exciting . . . Obtaining price comparisons in a ”click” of a button…“
You need a source of revenue you can count on to work for you and stay updated. Beyond adding a line of code to your own website, you don’t need to do anything further to enable your website to start adding to your quality visitor experience with semantic search. Enroll today in the free program to create a monetize toolbar with Baseify.
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