Veems’ popularity shoot up later last year when it was shifted to a messaging from a photo-sharing application last year. The app is also wildly used in the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan and Papua New Guinea.
Just in case you want to know how Veems can contribute to your blog’s traffic, it’s as simple as installing Veems and signing up for an account. Once you’ve signed up an account, you just have to tap ‘Join Veemscast Now’ to open up an email client so you can send a request directly to the developers.
Veemscast is a newly included feature in Veems that allows influencers to send messages to followers and even automatically pushes new blog contents to Veems followers via plugin. The said feature was officially launched July 2015 in the Philippines. Iddo Goren, the man behind the application, joined the launch party at the heart of Makati City. Veemscast requires a third party plugin that needs to be installed in the CMS, and an API which will be provided by the developers once requested. Veems plugin is readily available at Wordpress’ repository so it didn’t take me so long to integrate it to my site.
My new users increased this month when I installed Veemscast. But I must admit that the increase not only because of Veems. In fact, Veems only contributed 39 engaged users to GadgetPilipinas.net, not much compared to the new user contributions of Facebook, YouTube and Reddit.
It is great to have Veems installed on my device and on my blog. It is easy to be installed, and non-intrusive once integrated to the site. It pushes new content to Veems followers, and I believe that if Veems continues to improve this service, it will very well be regarded as one of the go-to tools of influencers. If you’re a blogger like me, I highly encourage you to install Veems on your mobile device and request the developers to enable Veemscast on your account. It’s fast and free.