Everybody knows Slack, right? The name has become synonymous with team collaboration, but is it really as good as it gets? Are there no worthy competitors in the field of business instant messaging? Well, Slack alternatives are aplenty, and Chatwee just so happens to be one of them. Hear me out as I’ll be making a case for why you should give it a try.
Launching a website these days is extremely easy. Making the project a success is the hard part. Just to be clear, I won’t be taking you through the entire process of launching a niche site from square one. There are numerous resources on the topic already available online. Instead, I’ll focus on one particular facet that greatly improves the chances of making your project a success. There happens to be a rather simple way to improve the appeal of your niche site that’s within anyone’s reach. Read on!
Chat rooms have progressed from being used purely for entertainment purposes, to becoming a legitimate business tool. Once, a domain of teenagers and niche interest groups, they’ve expanded into professional territories, creating a much needed channel for instant exchange of information. Live chat owes its success to the fact it’s a simple, yet a powerful tool, usually available at an affordable price, or even for free. Keep on reading to learn how group chat for business can positively impact your workplace environment and create lasting value.
During its recent F8 conference, Facebook announced that it’s opening Messenger in beta to allow business chatbots into the app. What it means, is that people are now able to interact with AI-powered company representatives within Messenger, although the number of available bots may be limited, depending on your location. I feel like they’re an important and interesting issue to discuss, and constitute another step in the human-machine interaction process. The following post presents brief history of chatbots, as well as discusses their present state and future. Take a look at what to expect from the latest developments in NLP systems for business.
The Internet has been providing a platform for creative venting for many years now. Creativity, traditionally associated with arts, is nevertheless also widely present in business. People keep coming up with innovative products and services, as well as ways to promote them. Various startup communities are thriving all over the world. In this post I’d like to get a bit creative too and provide you with some online business ideas you may find useful right away or treat as inspiration you will build upon to launch a project of your own. Let’s dive in.
How do I make my business different from the competition? How can I grow and innovate? How do I establish better relations with customers and make them come back? How can I gain extra insights and make my operations more effective? These are the questions business owners worldwide ask themselves daily in an attempt to push their organizations to that next level. Obviously, there’s the human factor, where talented individuals are able to lead the charge. There are also various business performance boosting tools, the sheer number of which can make your head spin. In this post, I’d like to focus on one such tool and show how you can address the questions above by implementing live chat support.
While having friends drop by your place for a movie or game night has always been fun (well, unless someone smeared taco meat all over your couch or one of the controllers got smashed after a humiliating loss in 2K), you might want to switch things up from time to time and look for a little different type of social interaction. The Web now offers a plethora of opportunities to engage other individuals, who share your interests. Setting the more obvious ones like social media or online forums aside, I’d like to turn to live videos and discuss how chat room for live streaming sites can become an interesting alternative to entertaining guests at your house.
What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the words ‘wearable tech’? As of this day, I’m willing to bet it’s either Google Glass or Apple Watch, even though the former has not lived to the expectations and the latter has just recently released. Companies dabbling in wearables are mostly walking on thin ice and no product in this category is guaranteed to succeed. Although computers in various forms have been woven into our environment for quite a bit now, the marriage of technology and fashion is a rather unique one. Read the article for a review of the current state and the direction wearable tech may be heading into.
Mobilegeddon, mopocalypse – SEO experts have been pretty creative when it comes to naming the latest Google algorithm change. Mozaster, mobilendofdays – it’s easy, see how I just chipped in with my two cents? Although the update is supposed to be a major one, I say mobilet’s not panic. Read the article to get up to speed with the Google algorithm change and learn how to adjust to it.