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7 Reasons Why You Need Live Chat for Your Animation Website

A live chat is a powerful platform that allows you and your potential animation clients to communicate in real-time without high expenses. People can use the live chat feature on a website just as they’d use instant messaging apps and websites such as Messenger, Instagram, and Twitter.

If you’re thinking of adding a chat feature to your site but aren’t fully convinced, here are 7 reasons why you need live chat for your animation website:

7 Reasons Why You Need Live Chat for Your Animation Website


1. Reduce your expenses

Using live chat won't cost you that much compared to using phone support.

1. Reduce your expenses


2. Increase income

Studies show that having a live chat feature significantly increases sales on a website.

2. Increase income


3. Improve your customer service

A study found that live chat gave the highest customer satisfaction level at 73% compared to 61% for email and 44% for phone support.

3. Improve your customer service


4. Solve problems easier

Having a live chat feature on your site allows you to immediately answer your clients' questions, which explains why this type of support gets high customer satisfaction ratings.

4. Solve problems easier


5. Gain a competitive advantage

You will be able to answer your clients' questions even before your competitors do.

5. Gain competitive advantage


6. Reach out to more clients

Even people who are thousands of miles away from you can be able to contact you, make inquiries, and hire you to be their animator right away.

6. Reach out to more clients


7. Keep in touch with website visitors

The live chat feature allows you to save the potential clients' information for later.

7. Keep in touch with website visitors

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