A group chat app is chat software allowing multiple users to communicate with each other all at the same time. In essence, it’s a private chat room that can be used for a wide range of purposes. There is a group chat feature available with many of the social media platforms but then there are also standalone applications focusing on users interacting primarily via texting. Let’s have a closer look at what a group chat app is and what it’s used for.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
As we at Chatwee have seen time and time again, online communities have the tendency to crop up around all sorts of ideas and projects. It’s so inspiring seeing people being able to unite around a common topic despite physical distances between them. In this case study we’d like to introduce one of our clients who’s a well-known American radio host, and who also built a community around his political podcast available on his site with a bit of help from Chatwee. Curious to see who this is? Keep on reading.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
All successful online communities have several features in common. They offer sections like news and latest activity, social sharing buttons, the option for admins to promote members within ranks, comments turned on, perhaps a forum too. These are must-haves that people will expect to be available by default and look for that unique value that makes you stand out if they were to join. There are surely many ways for you to level up, depending on your budget and creativity. In this post I’m going to discuss six easy ways you can generate more value for your online community that won’t strain your pockets. Sounds good?READ THE FULL ARTICLE
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.
Have you ever asked yourself what is the purpose of your website? Most likely yes, and the answer to that probably varies, depending on the type of business or the industry you’re in. One universal goal, however, regardless of your other intentions, would be to entice your website users into some kind of action. Essentially, you want people to do something, to act in a way that’s useful to your organization. In this post, I’d like to discuss the issue of how to make your website more social, as doing so will result in a number of beneficial implications.
Three guys sitting on a beach, pondering over the issues they have with building a website for another one of their startups, experience a moment of enlightenment. Surely, there must be a simpler way to do all this design and development stuff. Why not create a tool, then, that will empower everyone to build their own sites with no hard tech skills needed? And better yet, make it free! Sounds a bit like a movie script but that’s how Wix was born. Take a closer look at what the platform has to offer and learn how to get live chat for Wix going in no time.
The Internet is a sea of voices that want to be heard. There’s no shortage of means to express your opinions either. A variety of personal blogs, discussion forums, social media platforms and website comment sections let users speak their mind, mostly in an uninhibited way. Nothing wrong with that, it may seem, but I think that anyone who uses the Internet for more than just email knows all too well how freedom of speech plays out online. I won’t delve into this topic, as its meaningful discussion is beyond the scope of a mere blog post. Instead, I’d like to show you how to use live chat to boost interactivity of your website and make communication more efficient.
Sports are one of the most popular and long-standing leisure activities developed by humankind. They date back thousands of years, to ancient China, Egypt, Persia and Greece. Once, their performance was limited to a selected few, but sports became commonplace after the industrial revolution, with both, a growing number of athletes and fans all over the world. The explosion of popularity that all kinds of physical activity have seen, could not have been fathomed by spectators at the Coliseum. As it’s often the case, the Internet seems to be the culprit here. In this post, I’d like to show you how to use live chat on sports websites to your advantage. Game on!
Times change, the world around us keeps evolving but certain human needs remain as strong as ever. One of the things we long for the most is to have strong relationships. It seems like back in the good ol’ days people were closer. Families stuck together more tightly, new branches grew earlier and the generally slower pace of life made all of this possible. And then came the broadband Internet and changed the game.