Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 13, 2012
Chat applications were created for many known purposes. Perhaps the most famous purpose is friendship. Through chatrooms, people can search for new friends that can be turned into love interests. If Internet will be divided into a pie, these chatrooms will take up a large percentage. Chatwing, an advanced chat widget, is dedicated to the pursuit of an improved chatting experience.
Chatwing operates with basic simplicity, yet this chat box is powerful enough to reach many people within a given time. Since it is a free chat widget, it can be embedded to any blog or website. The more active the blog chats, the greater the connection is.
It has been proven that Chatwing fares well in blogs specializing on people connection. People who are looking for friends used Chatwing often, delving in different kinds of topics. Chatwing also has a Facebook log-in option. Through this, people can exchange profile information with relative ease. Sending out Facebook invitations through a chat box has never been easier.
There are many chat sites out there that have the same premise with Chatwing. However, only few of them can deliver good standards. Chatwing has better connection and its simple installation mechanics appealed to a lot of people.
Bloggers also benefited a lot from Chatwing. According to a study, bloggers who used Chatwing observed spikes in their blogs’ visibility by about 80%. This observation takes place during the first week of Chatwing usage.
Chatwing.com has developed live chat software for websites and blogs. The Chatwing.com website offers users the ability to signup and create a customizable live chat feature in 1 minute or less. Users have the ability to customize the size, color, and fonts of the chat product. The ability to chat via social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter enable Chatwing to offer a personal and unique real-time experience to all sites. Chatwing is 100% free web software.
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