ChromEngage Review – Automated leads and free traffic software

When I sat down to use ChromEngage, I really didn’t know what to expect from it. I’d used quite a few online app builders before but this was something quite different… I just didn’t know what to expect.

Well, I can definitely tell you I was impressed. Since Chrome extensions are by their nature simple, this software follows the same recipe. It’s simple, easy to learn and best of all you can make your first extension and have it in the Chrome Store within 5 minutes. I kid you not.

The dashboard is simple enough. Buttons to the right, buttons below and a splash that gets you going right away. The tutorial is a breeze, and takes about 10-15 minutes to finish.

It’s also a quick online tool. Too many tools I’ve used in the past are clunky and take way too long to load. That’s not the case with ChromEngage. It’s the cleanest, fastest online tool builder I;ve come across in a long time.

That’s not surprising, seeing as it does one simple thing, very very well.

Which is what you should be doing. Make simple things. Make them quickly. Rinse, repeat and profit.

You can easily use misspellings of popular words. The development team of ChromEngage did this with their experimental extension Dizign, which is a popular misspelling of “design”. It’s now ranking number one on Google for that specific search term. I don’t need to tell you how profitable that is, right? Imagine doing that for your niche. Instant Google love.

Mmmm, the joy.

Of course, that’s not the only thing you can use it for. Turn your website into an extension so people have easier access to your specific niche shop. Have an extension that sends a random quote everyday just to keep people on their toes.

You have to realize that people have been conditioned to take browser pop ups a lot more seriously than notifications from their phones, alerts from their emails and such. That gives you immense power of people that you can turn into cash.

The only problem I found was that the sound in the tutorials is a little off, but they are still usable and once you view them once and make your first extension, you’ll never have to listen to them again.

So I fully recommend ChromEngage (if you are actually going to use it, and if not why the hell not?!) for anyone who wants to make sure they are getting traction online.

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