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Today we’ll look at 7 best live chat support software for your WordPress site. If you offer products or services that users
have a lot of questions about, then installing chat software can help convert sales or provide
customer support. So let’s take a look at them. The first one is Olark and its one of the more popular live chat solutions and works for all different types of business And they have a free plan with limited
features and the paid version starts as low as low as $17 a month. They also have a trial
period to see how you like it. Their Olark for WordPress plugin helps integrate
it into your site. Next is Zopim. Another popular chat software.
They also have a plugin to integrate with your site. Their free plan allows for some
limited functionality and their basic starts at $14/month. Zopim has native apps that allow you to install
on your smartphone so you are available to your visitors. Even if you are away from your desktop. Comm100 Live chat is the next one. With a
WordPress plugin, you can quickly get up and running on your site. They have a trial period
to test their software. Livechat is a little more expensive, and its starting
at $39/month but with all the other typical features you expect from live chat, their
system also allows you to turn a chat into a ticket for a built-in ticketing system where
team members can assign tickets to each other. You can also contact customers even after they
left your site. They also have a WordPress plugin. Next is Snapengage and its a great for medium to large businesses with integration with multiple crm’s and chat widgets to match your site. Chat room is actually a WordPress plugin that
lets you create a chat room for your site. users must register on your site to use it,
but it’s a great plugin to provide basic live chat support. And finally Quick chat is similar in that it’s also a WordPress plugin and it also supports private rooms user avatars, smiles, and user can chat
without creating an account. You can also create custom user roles to assign
users to be moderators where an admin can download any of the chat transcript as well. I hope you liked this video and found it helpful. If you did, click on the like button below and leave us a comment. And if you want to receive more helpful videos don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and check out WPBeginner for more useful information on WordPress.