In a series of posts we’ ve been covering topics on how to add live chat to your social media accounts. We’ve explored the possibilities offered by Facebook and Twitter. In this article we will explain how to add a chat link to your Google+ account. >>>
With the rise of the social media and the number of platforms through which a business can be discovered and reached by a prospective client, it becomes extremely important that companies do not miss the opportunity to covert those random visitors into customers. This requires from a business to be able to engage clients and provide customer service basically from any landing page the customer finds himself at, be it the company’s Facebook, Twitter or Google+ page.
In our effort to increase the number of channels through which prospective clients can reach our customer’s business, we have created a special Facebook code, which allows you to add a live chat button directly to your Facebook page. Below in this article we will explain how you can accomplish this task.
Live chat link can be added to timeline pages as a tab using Facebook application “Static HTML: iframe tabs“. >>>
A new spell-checking engine has been introduced in our latest console release version 5.7.1. Hunspell Engine uses Open Office dictionaries, which we hope will give our customers more freedom in choosing the dictionary which is right just for them, or perhaps multiple dictionaries for those who command several languages. >>>
With Gmail web mail client both chat link and chat button for emails can be added to your signature.
To add a chat link to your Gmail signature, please do the following: >>>
With Yahoo mail client you can insert a chat button to your email signature and let your customers start real time chat communication with you right from email messages you send them. This will be a good addition to your email marketing campaign.
To add a chat button to your signature, please do the following:
Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager from Microsoft, available as a part of the Microsoft Office suite. Here we offer instructions for adding a chat button to your email signature for Outlook 2007 and 2010 versions.
Chat button in a message signature in Outlook 2007 and 2010
To add a chat button to your signature in Outlook 2007 and 2010, please do the following: >>>
Windows Live Mail is the successor to Outlook Express. It allows adding both a chat button and a chat link for emails to the email signature.
If you send emails in HTML format, you can add there a chat button for emails or a direct link to your Visitor Live Chat Messenger. The chat button in this case will be displayed as a chat icon and a direct link will appear as a URL
To insert a chat button to your signature, please do the following: >>>
Constant Contact email combines your email campaigns and your social networking efforts into one easy-to-use service. It offers the option to insert your own HTML code and this way allows adding a chat button to your emails.
This article if for our Chinese friends. 360 anti-virus solutions seems to be very popular in China, as well as our live chat console :). So we periodically receive requests concerning white listing the chat application with this anti-virus. >>>
Microsoft Entourage was an e-mail client and personal information manager developed by Microsoft for Mac OS 8.5 and higher. Entourage was replaced by Outlook for Macintosh in Microsoft Office for Mac 2011, released on October 26, 2010. However, this email client is still popular among our users and therefore we prepared instructions for integrating a chat button with an email signature for it.
To add a chat button to your email signature, please do the following: >>>