8 Reasons To Use RumbleTalk

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of RumbleTalk. All opinions are 100% mine.

RumbleTalk is an awesome, easy way for you to have that chat room you have always wanted.  They currently have more than 65,000 communities, 2,600,000 people chatting, and 225,000 websites using their service.  Oh, and don’t forget about the 2500 radio stations who are taking advantage of RumbleTalk too.

What is so awesome about RumbleTalk?  There is a lot of great things about RumbleTalk, here are a few of my favorites:

  1. Choose your own chat room theme, or even better design your own.
  2. Share images, emotions, links, and even movies
  3. Users are in control of the CSS feel and look
  4. You can integrate RumbleTalk on your website, Facebook page, app, or blog
  5. It’s an awesome engaging platforms that is perfect for websites, games, and other apps.
  6. Can be a great way to get a nice social boost, and extra traffic to your website.
  7. With RumbleTalk users can create their own chat theme, and take advantage of other advanced deign options if you are savvy when it comes to CSS.
  8. RumbleTalk is an awesome chatroom that allows owners of websites to communicate with their eLearning community where they want them too – website, Facebook, mobile device.  The platform is personalized to the publisher’s needs.

You can even use RumbleTalk on your Facebook Fan Page, it’s super easy to set up.  Simply click on the Facebook link, and choose which fan page you would like to use it on, and you are ready to go.  Did you know that you don’t even need a website to use RumbleTalk?  It’s true, use it by getting a URL to chat and invite your friends and family to chat, and even customize your chat pictures and preferred background.  There are tons of reasons to sue RumbleTalk, to see them all you can check out the elearning chat room.

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  1. I’d not heard of Rumbletalk, thank you for sharing this write up.

  2. Elinor Semira says:

    this is absolutely awesome. would ♥ to try it out too.

  3. Funny, I thought RumbleTalk was the whole setup like in the picture with the lazy chair and the gizmos and all. Haven’t heard of RumbleTalk yet. But then again, I’m not a blogger and I think it will be a useful tool to setup in a website (if I put up one) or blog.

  4. Deborah D says:

    This sounds really neat. I am going to check it out right now!!!

  5. Why does everything always have to change? I honestly don’t know how people have time to keep up with and do it all.

  6. Sounds fun! I can’t think of anything I would do with my own chat room (except hang out in there by myself?) but I would probably join someone else’s if they had one!

  7. laurie damrose says:

    that sounds cool,i would love to try it.

  8. Nena Sinclair says:

    I’ve never heard of this before, but it sounds interesting! I’ll show this to my son, he has a guild on WOW and may be interested in setting this up for his guild members.

  9. anonymous says:

    This product is so techie, right up my husband’s alley, there are a lot of possibilities with this and it seems there are a lot of connection capabilities.

  10. curiouskit10 says:

    Whoa, how does it work on Facebook? I’ve been meaning to start my fan page, and I’ve never seen this in action before. Do you know a blogger who uses it that way, so that I can see it in real time?

  11. Thank you for letting us know about this.

  12. RICHARD HICKS says:

    This is new to me. Thanks for the post and will be looking into it. Sounds interesting

  13. Jennifer Hiles says:

    This sounds like fun. I never really got into the whole chat room thing but it sounds like fun. It sounds like a neat way to meet people and exchange ideas.