here’s my Snapify review, along with a walkthrough of the software and some recommendations whom it’s for.
The idea behind Snapify:
use the principles of commitment & consistency along with the power of self-selection (your website visitor is in charge, you are not forcing them) to get people to engage with your website content (specifically: images)
It does that by letting you overlay hotspots over your images, and depending on how you configure the hotspots, different things are presented next:
- a simple call-to-action
- a video
- a ‘product’ (which has a price, a full description (great for e.g. reviews & product description you can pull from Amazon)
- an optin-form
It does all kinds of other useful things (like pulling your images from your social media accounts, creating galleries, etc)
Whom is Snapify for?
it’s for you if you have a website and you want to give your visitors a choice of how they consume your content, plus leverage the commitment & consistency principle.
Great applications would be affiliate marketers (especially Amazon-affiliates), website owners with multiple products, or if you capture leads at different stages of awareness (so they self-select what information they want at a specific stage).
Have a look at the review/walk-through video for an example for a travel-agent.
What’s required to get the most out of Snapify?
The obvious requirement is that you have images that represent the content.
So, for example, for this review I was considering using Snapify to show roughly what it is about, and then have one hotspot for the video review (which now see ‘separatly’ below), and one hotspot for the link to Snapify.
But honestly, creating such an image would’ve really ‘forced’ it … there’s no natural image that has those 2 elements in it.
Alas, it’s ‘just’ a video and then, if you want to find out more, the link below it.
here’s the test image I’ve created using Snapify
How do you find out more about Snapify?
You can find more information here