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October 22, 2012
Chatwing Releases New Version of Its Chat Widget for Financial Bloggers
By Calvin Azuri, TMCnet Contributor
Chatwing recently announced the introduction of a new chat widget for financial bloggers. The newly introduced version of the Chatwing chat widget will enable bloggers to gain enhanced website chat leverage. Advantages of the Chatwing chat widget include improved global connectivity, numerous social media advantages, and wide variety of options for customization. Chatwing is a specialist when it comes to developing live chat software for websites and blogs.
The new version of Chatwing chat widget has been designed to transform financial blogging as the app can easily be installed to multiple blogs and websites. Furthermore, financial bloggers can make use of the Chatwing’s social media integration capability to quickly expand their social networks and connect with new friends. Adding to the numerous benefits of the new app is its easy installation process which can now be accomplished within seconds.
A crucial aspect of financial blogging is communication leverage. If there is no communication leverage, the chances of a financial blog becoming inactive quickly are very high. The free shout box of the Chatwing app can help retain activity as it can quickly transform the blog into a chatting lounge which allows and encourages visitors to congregate and ask questions. Furthermore, the financial blogger can respond to his/her visitor’s questions right away. By ensuring an efficient communication channel, the Chatwing app helps bloggers attract and retain new visitors thus giving the online presence of the blog a big boost.
Financial blogs provide people with information on expenses, businesses, and investment options and allows bloggers to impart financial advice to visitors.
The Chatwing development team is working on introducing new capabilities and upgrades to the chatbox in the coming months. Information about these additions will be announced on the company’s blogs and Facebook (News - Alert) page.
Edited by Brooke Neuman