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  1. Rumbletalk seems more and more popular.. I really like to see many friends starting with it as well. Anyone embed it to their website? It is really usefull to have it there as a chat application!
  2. Here is some more of Rumbletalk desing, so you can all see how good it looks like:
  3. Thanks for your reply! It looks nice if you make it nice but you have the tools to do it and it is not hard as well. Rumbletalk now offers you to Build Loyal Audiences Using Group Chat blogging tactics For writters trying to reach their first 100 or 1000 loyal readers, creating an “Open for Conversation” page is a great way to directly interact with readers and humanize your new brand. Let me know how that went!
  4. Hi guys, As I really like when people let others know about their findings I try to be the same as well. I spent hours and hundrets of dollars researching this, trying out every chat application I could find. Wanted to have it integrated to my webpage so visitors could discuss as much as they want directly on my site. I decided to go with Rumbletalk as it offers the biggest amount of functions. I specially like the ability to change the design, ability to use it on phones just as smooth as on computers, I often post some videos or charts as well and it works with that beautifully. It is also not a resourse hog as I often had problem with other applications. Well it really is decent embed live chat. Worth checking it out!
  5. Sorry, it took me a while, but just for you to know, I am still looking for a suitable chat room for my site any help will be most appreciated.
  6. I have added a chat room to my librarian website. It works pretty well on my mobile and I can add videos but it is not letting me integrate my users database (I have around 800 users). I have checked both RumbleTalk chat and c-box chat but then the lack of 3rd party users integration is a problem.
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