When you hear the words live chat, I bet most of you think of a modest widget sitting somewhere in the corner of the site, used for customer support. Now, that’s not a completely incorrect image, however, the invention can be much more than that. See, there’s a specific type of the software intended for more extensive interaction, offering features your regular live chat doesn’t have. Here’s an inside look at the daily lives of three online communities, whose members come together to socialize in the digital realm.
Humans are visual creatures. It’s debatable which of our five fundamental senses is the most important one, however, I’d say being able to process the light coming into our eyes helps us understand and interact with the environment to a greater degree than the other perceptional functions. Language started as a sound system (hearing) but it was quickly translated into a much needed visual form. The latter has since been molded into various styles, emoji being the particular one I’d like to discuss in this post. Come with me.
If your brand enjoys at least moderate popularity, meaning you’re somewhat known locally, and maybe even beyond, you can be sure there are people out there discussing it daily. These are your fans, enthusiasts, advocates, constituting the core of your business. It would be irrational to not try and harness the potential lying within. Bringing them together by building an online community centered around a brand is one way to spur growth. Let’s see how you can approach this tactic and what benefits does it create.
Online forums, despite having their shortcomings, have been a pretty great invention, really. Personally, I used to spend quite some time on a variety of them back in the days before social media blew up. I remember really looking forward to logging in and engaging with other community members on topics I’ve been passionate about. The idea of a discussion board is still going strong, but how can you make yours stand out and grow? Read on as I examine the benefits of adding live chat to an online forum.
Building an online community is a tremendous effort in and of itself. However, once you accomplish it, the result can be very rewarding. It feels really amazing to win a following behind a theme or an idea that’s important to you. It’s empowering to know that what you believe in also resonates strongly with a wider audience. You may have a noble cause and host your community pro bono, with no intention of ever getting anything out of it for yourself. I salute you if you do. On the other hand, there’s nothing wrong with trying to monetize it if you do it the right way.
Chatwee is a truly versatile platform. With the number of features it offers, it can be used in many different ways. A broad spectrum of sites, as different as churches and day trading firms, use our live chat to keep their audiences engaged. Regardless of the type of community you host, the features I discuss here will help you improve the chatting experience and manage members’ day to day interactions better.
Blog posts discussing various popular WordPress plugins are innumerable. The problem with them is that you’re most likely already familiar with or tried many of the add-ons listed. New posts you see no longer bring new value to you. Well, I’m here to change that! For the purpose of this article, I decided to take a different angle. I thought: “the big fish are doing alright, why not give the little guys some shine?”. That said, here are 11 best undiscovered WordPress plugins out there.
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.
The Internet has been providing a social platform for people from all over the world for years now. Visiting various music-related forums and chat rooms was something I was really excited about back in the late 90’s. Being able to connect and discuss stuff with people I had never met before was a novel and thrilling experience. Some twenty years later, online interaction has evolved and became more sophisticated with all that social media have to offer, however, some of the most basic solutions have remained just as, if not more popular.
It seems only right that I start off by admitting to writing this blog post on digital nomads from a coffee shop. Even though I’m not one myself, since I’m bound to a single city, I’ve become quite fascinated by the idea of working on the go. Enough about me though. What I’d like to discuss in particular here is a way for digital nomads to communicate with each other while staying independent and mobile. Read on.