Chatwing has a huge presence in the blogsphere. With the release of its latest free chat widget, Chatwing now brings a professional chatting experience to any website. With customizable features, social media integration, global connectivity and more, Chatwing chat applications can turn any blog into a powerful communication platform. The latest release extends this capability to websites.
Chawing’s latest free chat widget has been designed to allow users easily embed chatting features to any website. With an array of customization options, this chat app lets you create unlimited chat boxes. In terms of a team blog, the users are allowed to add moderators.
With the latest Chatwing free chat box, users now have the option of choosing from more than one form factors: the original Chatwing shoutbox and a pop-up window style form factor.
Embedded into a website, the actual shoutbox allows the administrator to track visitor messages. However, it takes a moderate amount of space on the website.
The pop-up window style form factor takes lesser space and only embeds a ‘chat now’ button that visitors can click. Once visitors click the button, they will be taken to a separate window that shows the Chatwing user’s chatbox.
With its flexible tools, Chatwing’s free shoutbox provides website owners with a practical tool for engaging in real time communication. From a marketer’s perspective too, Chatwing proves to be quite beneficial, as it lets the marketers reach out to large groups of people.
More platform upgrades are expected in upcoming months, making Chatwing a valuable solution for professional communication, the Chatwing development team revealed in a news statement.
Recently, the Chatwing Development Team introduced a new chat widget for Twitter users who are always seeking news about the latest gadgets.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman