Chatwing Devs Looking for Top Beautiful Chat Boxes of 2013
Miami, FL, Aug 19, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
With the user base of the Chatwing chat software growing, the company has decided to launch an online contest for all chatroom owners. The goal of this contest is to increase the awareness of web users in using the shoutbox. Winners of this contest will receive Chatwing coins and online recognition.
"This is a part of our initiative," says Leo Smith, one of Chatwing's social researchers. "Chat boxes are important for connectivity and web traffic. Imagine a simple website without any social widget at all. That will be lifeless and crude. Every website must remain competitive today to stay in the online market."
Beautifying the chat software can be accomplished in easy steps. First, the web user must register with his email address and password--this can only be done in seconds. Afterwards, the user can head straight to the dashboard. There, he will be presented with numerous editing functions, such as color schemes, background images, font colors, font styles, and sizes. The Chatwing team has noted that a registered user spends few minutes tweaking the appearance of the chat box.
Chatwing is already collaborating with dozens of bloggers and website owners regarding this new initiative. For applications to be accepted, they must embed the Chatwing shoutbox in any of their blogs. They can also send screenshots to Chatwing's official Facebook page.
Chatwing.com specializes in the new field of website chat. Over the years, the Chatwing team has introduced live chat widget for hundreds and thousands of blogs. The Chatwing application bridges people from many parts of the world, creating global synergy through the Internet. The shout box can be installed in just seconds, and it can be used for varying purposes such as leisure and Internet marketing. It also allows a user to customize the size, color, and name of the widget. Chatwing is 100% free for everyone.
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