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Should You Add Chat Rooms?
By: KC Morgan
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    2008-09-24

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

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    Tired of seeing your chat swamped with advertisements and marketing ploys? Want to create a chat that’s more uniquely your own -- or, at least, your traffic’s own? You can always upgrade your service and go for a paid chat plan. Packages vary in price and type, so take the time to shop around before picking just one. Many sites offer monthly and yearly packages -- you keep paying, they’ll keep providing a chat service.

    You can always throw money at the problem, and pay to have all those pesky chat ads removed. Unless your chat is seeing a fair amount of use, however, the cost may not be worth your while. You don’t want to spend money on your chat rooms unless it seems fairly obvious that they are somehow increasing your site traffic and revenue. If your chat room is running out of room or users are expressing dismay at seeing the ads, you may want to consider the upgrade. It’s not a good idea, however, to spend money on an aspect of the site that isn’t working or that isn’t somehow increasing your site revenue.

    Remote Hosting

    Who needs all that code-copying frustration? Adding chat rooms to your site sounded like a great idea…until you found out how much work was actually involved with the process. Do you want to take a much simpler route to making your site more interactive? Try remotely hosting a chat room, instead of creating one on your own site.

    Many Web sites offer chat, and they’re more than willing to let you have a piece of the action. Instead of going to the time and trouble of hosting your own chat on your own server, you can simply link to another site’s server. This allows you to offer the interactive experience without actually being the one to provide real-time chat.

    Finding chat rooms you can remotely host is easy; just look for them. There are several different options out there.

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    http://www.webweaver.nu/chat.shtml

    This list of free chat hosting sources allows you to make the most of remote servers. Let them do the work and maintain the chat; you can send your traffic there with a simple link. This gives you the best of both worlds. You can provide interactive chat for your traffic almost effortlessly.

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