Apart from increasing an online user's visibility, Chatwing is increasing its popularity too. It’s now ubiquitous chat tool is embedded on many website pages and online blogging sites, enabling a large number of global users to freely interact with one another.
The Chatwing development team has constantly sought to make a foray into different niche areas that range from business to music. Now it has colored its intentions green by seeking to adopt the green concept and promote green living.
'Green' will never cease to be a buzzword and that is what Chatwing is exploiting. Supporters all over the world from different online sectors have participated in green efforts and with the launch of a new chat widget on 'green sites', Chatwing is hoping to give a further impetus by providing a deep level of 'green communication.'
Green living blogs and websites are mushrooming with discussion, tips and walkthroughs all proclaiming and promoting eco- friendliness. The free chat box from Chatwing aims to give a proactive impetus to 'green sites' by encouraging communication between website owners and visitors.
As Chatwing visitors can log in easily with their Facebook (News - Alert) and Twitter accounts, this further increases the potential of social network expansion. People can transform the green websites into active chat rooms by initiating discussions on 'going green.'
This exchange of information, forwarding of important research links and sharing of personal experiences with others is all expected to become easier.
Currently, the chat tool is being subjected to more developments and the Chatwing development team is hoping to introduce many more features in the near future.
The Chatwing team launched a free chat widget equipped with an MP3 upload option. With this feature, users can now listen to music and participate in discussions at the same time. MP3 lovers are surfing the Internet frequently, based on continuous observation done by Chatwing Dev team. These MP3 lovers are opting for downloads, yet a large percentage of them are still relying on music streaming.
Edited by Brooke Neuman