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.
Online community benefits everyone involved in its creation and day to day operations. You may launch a website particularly for the purpose of attracting and growing a following, centered around a common interest or topic. You also may be a brand owner, who’d like his fans to have a place to come together and discuss things related to your business. In any case, there’s a number of advantages of online communities for both admins and members alike. Let’s take a closer look at what these are.
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!
Despite having its drawbacks, obviously, the Internet is an invaluable instrument for bringing its users closer together. Online communities rise all over it, centered around common interests, hobbies, brands, or for networking purposes. You, my Dear Reader, may be an owner of a site like that, thinking of ways to stimulate its growth. Well, I’m glad you’re with me today, as I have some ideas you might find useful. Let’s move on to examine why you shouldn’t ignore the social aspect of your site and strongly consider growing a community around it.
Running a website oriented toward growing an online community, you want your audience to stay engaged and active. Developing excellent content – articles, videos, interviews – is your number one priority, however, you also have to provide space for the audience to express their reaction to what they read or saw. This way, you create a reason for people to come back to your site, learn about their pain points, and help establish a community of loyal supporters. In this post, I look at some of the pros and cons of using Twitter and group chat for live online discussion.
We at Chatwee are all about thriving online communities. There’s strength in numbers, two heads are better than one, no man is an island. These are all true and timeless sayings that pertain to some of the human nature fundamentals. How do they apply to the world of Internet, though? Well, in order for your online project to succeed, you need to be able to attract a following and keep it engaged. In this post, I’d like to focus on the particular case of boosting user engagement in your chat room, which in itself is a community-building tool.
Online communities centered around common interests spring up all over the Web. Those, which are able to stand the test of time and thrive usually do so by offering their members, and sometimes even lurking guests, something of value. What’s important and beneficent to the growth of these communities is steady communication and the opportunity to interact on the regular. Bear with me to learn about a site attracting violin enthusiasts, that decided to bring its visitors closer together by implementing live chat.