Have you ever had this feeling of wanting to mingle while not really fancying going out? Maybe you had a bad day at work, or you don’t want to spend money on food and drinks. Or maybe the couch seemed extra cozy and you’d like someone to join you but at the same time keep it all to yourself. Well, I think many of us have been there before, so I developed a guide to socializing online for introverts.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
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.
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.