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Should You Add Chat Rooms?
By: KC Morgan
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    Table of Contents:
  • Should You Add Chat Rooms?
  • Getting Chat Rooms
  • Paid Rooms
  • But…Why?

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    Should You Add Chat Rooms?

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    Your Web site is pretty good…but it could always be better. The online world is now full of interactive features, services and tools which allow users to speak and connect with each other. Shouldn’t you provide this same experience on your own pages to keep up with changing trends? Should you add chat rooms to your site?

    The Chat Attraction

    Why chat rooms? No matter how extensive your forums or lively your discussion board, there’s a one-on-one, real-time sort of communication users can only achieve through IM and chat. User interaction is at its peak inside active chat rooms, as this allows people to carry on continuous conversations.

    Online chat is attractive because it gives people the opportunity to sound off and share opinions in real time. There is no waiting until next week for forum replies, no checking of email to see if a discussion has picked up again, no lengthy delays. If you want user interaction, chat rooms are a good way to offer it to your traffic.

    Internet users are drawn to chat rooms because it gives them a social experience even as they sit in the relative safety of their own homes. They can share stories, opinions, thoughts and words for others to respond. Interaction on the Web is highly, highly popular, and many sites are striving to provide this experience.

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