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Chatwing Intros Social Media Integration Options to its Free Chat Widget

December 04, 2012

Chatwing, a company committed to facilitating global connectivity, has announced that it has now added social media integration options to its newest free chat widget.


In business for three years, Chatwing’s free chat widget is flexible enough to accommodate hundreds of users simultaneously or manage a group chat depending on the user’s preferences. The widget has a simple mechanism, but dynamic feature-sets, the company stated.

This user-friendly, customizable and easy-to-install application offers ease of access and convenience to both Web owners and chat participants.

The flexible control allows Web admins to upload images and MP3 links for a unique interactive experience. An array of avatars and emotions are provided to make the live chat more interesting.

Social media integration is intended to expand users’ reach in interacting with friends and acquaintances.

The new feature allows Chatwing users to log in with their Facebook or Twitter (News - Alert), helping them connect to millions of other Facebook and Twitter users.

The Chatwing chat widget comes with an easy installation process and the user can start immediately following registration. Chatwing allows him/her to customize the height, width, color and title of the widget.

This rate of synchronization has helped many bloggers achieve the right fix for their blogs.

Many bloggers are using the Chatwing chat box for these reasons. Now, up to 1000 people can participate in a discussion, said officials.

Chatwing’s free chat box has also been launched in major blogging communities such as Wordpress and Livejournal. 

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Edited by Braden Becker

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