“This is an (unpaid) Guest post from Aaron Kro, lead developer and creator of ChatWing.com

Students are now getting a lot from the Internet. Since the Internet is a hotbed of information from various niches, students can gain lots of options, choices, and sources for their researches. This is crucial for those who are maintaining high grades or doing a very important project. Because of the need for research guidance, lots of students have started putting up simple blogs. The aim of these blogs is to help other students gain further information about their subjects and niches. Are you one of these students who want to set up a blog? In this case, you can use a simple application introduced lately by Chatwing.com.

The application is in the form of a chatroom that can be installed to any website. Chatwing’s chatroom tool is simple, but it is highly useful when it comes to global communication. Up to thousands of users can meet up in a single Chatwing chatroom, and this can highly improve the traffic of a blog or website. Once installed in your blog, you can now invite your classmates and put up important lecture notes.

The chat box also works as an inquiry and update tool. If your visitors have questions, they can post them in the chat box and you can answer right away. This eliminates the need to wait for blog posts and updates for the next day. Aside from that, social media is also an integral part of the Chatwing app. Visitors can log in with their desired Facebook or Twitter accounts and you can just send them invitations.

If you want to add co-admins or more writers in your blog, it is also possible in the Chatwing app. The admins must be registered Chatwing users so that the platform can input them right away. Since registration takes only seconds, your co-admins won’t take much time. With Chatwing’s connectivity potential, your student blog will start gathering visitors in the shortest possible time.

For more information visit: http://chatwing.com

About the Author:

Aaron Kro is an active web developer and creator of Chatwing. He always enjoys learning new technologies and testing the latest gadgets.


“What do you think of the ChatWing chat widget? Would you install ChatWing along with your current commenting system?” – David

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