Blog My Brain Words with Friends widget
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of blogmybrain for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
The casual gaming market has exploded in popularity in recent years, largely fueled by smartphone proliferation along with Internet connectivity becoming more and more accessible throughout the country and the world.
One of the most popular type of games in this surging casual gaming category are word games. Examples of word games include the time-tested and well loved classic, Scrabble and the relative newcomer Words with Friends, which is a smartphone hit. Words with Friends allows you to play a Scrabble-like word game with a friend from afar, taking turns on your smartphones, making it a social, engaged, internet connected game.
With more and more people playing word games, the demand for word finder tools has spiked in recent years. This is evident by the increasing search volumes for related terms such as “scrabble cheat” and “scrabble word finder”.
To fill the need, Blog My Brain has released a Word with Friends (Scrabble) Word Finder widget that any site owner or blogger can now easily embed on their website to provide a word finder tool to their visitors.
Blog My Brain touts the following benefits (and more) for their Word with Friends Word Finder widget:
- Embeddable into existing sites, so users don’t have to leave the site they are on.
- Encourages repeat visitors to your website who use the Word Finder. Happy visitors are repeat visitors.
- Increases visitor time spent on your website, allowing for additional content and feature discovery on your site.
- Possible increased website rank on search engines and other measurement sites, due to increased traffic, longer visitor duration, repeat visitation, etc.
The Word with Friends Word Finder widget has a standard dimension of 250×250 and can be embedded inside an individual post or in a sidebar. Of course, they recommend that it be embedded in a website’s sidebar so that it can be viewed across all pages within a particular site.
I have embedded an image of the Word Finder widget below, for your visual pleasure.
For more information, check out the Word Finder Widget Demo & Code.