‘So, tell me, why should I install Chatwee at all? How’s it going to help me?’ Well, I’m glad you asked. What every quality product does, be it physical or digital, is it makes your life easier, solves a problem, or otherwise brings something of value to the table. At this point, most people active online must be familiar with some sort of live chat software. What they may not realize, though, is the scope of applications a widget like that can have. In this post, I’ll show you some ways in which you can utilize Chatwee to improve the performance of your site and create a better user experience.
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.
There are thousands, perhaps even more, of pastime activities, that people obsess over worldwide. A quick search on the topic is guaranteed to reveal hobbies you’ve never heard of before. Some of them, like cigar smoking, or model building, are usually enjoyed in solitude. Others, like RC vehicle racing, or various card and table games are inherently social. The Internet has become a meeting ground for enthusiasts, who link up on various websites to form online communities. If you’re reading this, you may already be an owner of such a site, or consider setting one up. In any case, keep on going, as I have some tips for you, on how you can elevate your hobby site to a new height.
‘But does my business actually need any changes? It’s been functioning pretty well as it is’. Fair enough, why fix something that’s not broken, right? Well, in this post I wont be trying to push for any fundamental changes to the ways you operate in. I do have a couple of suggestions, though, for alternatives you can provide TO YOUR CUSTOMERS in different, mostly digital, areas that serve as contact points with your company. Stay with me to learn how chat widget can deliver alternatives that any business could use.
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.
Mobilegeddon, mopocalypse – SEO experts have been pretty creative when it comes to naming the latest Google algorithm change. Mozaster, mobilendofdays – it’s easy, see how I just chipped in with my two cents? Although the update is supposed to be a major one, I say mobilet’s not panic. Read the article to get up to speed with the Google algorithm change and learn how to adjust to it.
If building customer loyalty hasn’t been sitting at the top of your business agenda, it’s time to reevaluate things. The good news is you probably already have some enthusiastic users of your product or service. Otherwise, you’d be out of business pretty fast. Now, there are many tactics to make clients stay with you, however, in this post I’ll focus on one particular strategy, that can be implemented by most companies these days. Stay with me to learn how to build customer loyalty using your website.
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.
Part 1 of The Layman’s Guide to Creating a Customer Persona has been an introduction to the concept of personas and answers all of the most fundamental questions pertaining to the subject. If you haven’t read it, I strongly recommend that you do first, before proceeding with this here article. Part 1 contains a number of subtle points, whose proper understanding is key to being able to develop and use a customer persona efficiently. Now, let’s roll up our sleeves and move on to the practical part, shall we?
As the ancient marketing saying goes ‘know thy customer’. It’s one of those industry ever-greens that stays relevant despite all the changing trends and tendencies. In reality, the actual question is not whether you’re aware of the fact that you should know as much about your clientele as possible, but rather what are you doing to obtain the information and how are you using it. One of the most powerful techniques combining the acquisition and utilization of consumer data is creating a customer persona. Join me for part one of two of the guide to learn all the whys and hows that you’ll need to get it going.