WordPress truly is an incredible website builder. Its unrivalled features and capabilities have lead to a digital dominance, with around 35% of sites employing the software. Apart from the standard package, you can extend your blog or website with some of the 54,000+ plugins available. In fact, choosing the best ones for you may be a bit overwhelming, especially if you’re a beginner. That’s why I’m here to help you with a selection of the best social engagement WordPress plugins for your website.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
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.
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.
Wix.com is providing a website building platform to over 46 million users in 190 countries. The figures are blasting. 45,000 people join Wix on average every single day to create their websites and add dozens of features including social plug-ins, eCommerce and community forums through Wix-developed and third-party applications. Like almost every leading website builder platforms, including Wix allows embed code, and therefore Chatwee becomes at once more popular among users of the platform.
This material is for anyone who has or plans to have a Wix site and would like to add a live chat room to boost engagement.
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