We live in the Google world, our default go-to-platform for any question on our mind. As you make that search, more often than not you end up finding the necessary fact or information right on the first page. It almost feels like magic. Entire information of the world at your fingertips.
I bet that is how you found Unovest too. You were looking for an answer to a particular question or a view on a fund or investment and bingo, Unovest had a note that somewhat addressed your query.
Now, if I look at the stats, they tell me that on an average every visitor sees 2 pages per visit.
I feel surprised. There are over 300 articles on Unovest on a range of topics including financial planning, mutual funds, small savings, excel calculators, NPS, Retirement, etc.
Now you are surprised. “Where are those articles? “
Today, I want to lead you to the path to find and read almost anything on the questions that you have in mind, by using the power of Search on Unovest.
If you are reading Unovest on a desktop / laptop, you will see a small box on the left side of the screen. It says “search this website”.
Type in some of the words that you have in mind and it will show you the relevant posts from the blog.
Take for example, you want to know more about NPS Tier 2 account. No problem. I quickly enter the phase in the search box and press Enter. This is what I get.
This article will give you a complete tour of NPS Tier 2 and answer some of the most common questions that you have in mind.
Let’s get on to another query. You want to know if “Annuity” is a worthwhile post retirement option. Sure.
Let’s see what our search results give us.
Between the 2 articles, you will get almost all the information that you need to understand annuity as a product.
If you want to do a deep dive with a category, there are ready shortcuts for you. Check out the right hand side of the screen, scroll down a bit to the section “How to make the most of”
Each of the links in the section will take you to a list of articles I have posted around that subject/topic.
When you search, in some cases, you need to go to page 2 or 3 to reach your article of interest. I am sure you won’t mind that.
“But won’t these be older articles, they would not be relevant for today?”
Well, fair point. My approach in writing has to be around concepts and learning. So even if the data appears a little older, I am sure the concept stays relevant.
In several articles, there are links provided to look for the latest data.
Yet, if you think that a particular post deserves an update, do bring it to my notice and I will work on it.
I am still not Google.
There will still be questions that you can’t find an answer to. Don’t hesitate to send them across to me and I will pick a few to write an educational post.
In summary, search, read, ask and be wise.
Self-learning is the best investment you will make.
PS: In case of mobile devices, the search box will appear at the bottom of the article you are reading.
PPS: You can also use Google search to post your query and adding “+ Unovest”