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Editor's review Page 2 of 3

Published 30 Sep 2012

[cont'd] with the visual content on a page. When a publisher adds a ‘tag’ to an image, a hotspot appears in the desired position which readers can touch or hover over to reveal the relating link or piece of content. The Taggstar platform lets publishers embed relevant images, articles or web pages with relevant video and audio content along with written comments and ideas. It also encourages the social sharing of images so when a publisher has Taggstar-enabled its website, the toolbar becomes visible at the bottom of all images within the site, offering social share icons for platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. Site visitors can choose to share images that they like (or even specific detail within an image) with their personal social networks, introducing a peer-to-peer influencer model, particularly when products and places are featured within an image.
 
People love new technology to help them interact the websites that they visit with figures of 40% engagement being bandied about according to current data. And while it can easily be used to 'pretty up' your website it is Taggstar's ability to turn pictures into purchases that offers most interest. Customers can shop products as they see them and hover over your images for more information. What's more, the detailed reporting suite means real-time valuable insight into how many people visit and who's looking at which images on your site. Taggstar is another of those wonderful free publishing apps that are perfect for small...