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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? - Getting Chat Rooms

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    Like everything else on the Internet, chat rooms can be broken down into simple code and scripts. Unless you’re a consummate Web designer and smart with servers, you will probably need to look elsewhere for help in creating your online chat rooms. The good news is, it’s incredibly easy to set up chat on your own pages using the help that’s available. You can even set up chat rooms for free quite efficiently. Using a simple search, you can find many online companies offering free chat rooms you can place right on your own pages. The following sites are among those which offer free rooms for use on any Web site:

    Chat Forum

    Chat Forum, like many chat providers, offers several different chat packages for sites to use. The no-cost package allows you to place an ad-supported chat room on your site which can hold up to ten talkers at a time. When you sign up, you receive a code to place on your pages.

    Add-On Chat

    Simple site navigation at Add-On Chat will lead you directly to an online form. Simply put in your information, and you’ll receive a cut-and-paste code which allows you create a chat room. The room comes with its own ads.

    Free Javachat

    Free Javachat offers a bevy of options, even with free chat rooms. This site allows you to customize the look of your chat and even provides free online Web tools to help you better integrate the room into your pages. Additional tools help you promote this new facet of your site.

    Everywhere Chat

    Fill out a single, incredibly simple online form with Everywhere Chat to quickly receive a cut-and-paste code you can transfer to your HTML editor. This site provides flash chat, which is slightly different from the ubiquitous JavaScript rooms.


    Sign up for the free service to receive a chat code through ParaChat. You provide the information, ParaChat will give you the rest.

    Free Chat Code

    Free Chat Code offers their own brand of free chat, which can be yours if you sign up for the service.

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