Real estate startup WebsiteBox has teamed up with tech firm Zopim to offer a live chat tool that allows agents to interact with their website visitors in real time. Toronto-based WebsiteBox launched its mobile-friendly real estate websites in January 2013 for what it says is the lowest price on the market: a one-time, $99 payment. The firm also offers Web tools that cost $99 each to add on to the websites, including a Craigslist ad-building app, email marketing and a lead capture system released in August. The Zopim add-on is offered as a "freemium" tool with a lite, free version; a basic version that costs $129 per year per user; and an advanced version that costs $239 per year per user. In addition to live chats, the tool's features include the ability to prompt chats with...
Feb 6, 2014 by Inman
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