Nitronet Media Launches Yet Another Set of Chat Rooms

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Nitronet media extends its demographic reach with yet another set of online chat rooms.

Nitronet Media expands to extend their market share within the online chat sector.

While Chat-up.co.uk has been around since 2002, Nitronet Media has recently revamped the web site to make it more appealing to a broader audience. Currently, chat-up.co.uk receives 1000's of visitors a day providing both an entertaining place to pass time as well as a great place to connect with friends and family who may be out of the Country. The concept of online web based chat rooms is intended to allow users a functional client free place to chat.

Chat-up.co.uk is great for getting in touch with people outside of the Country since they use a Java applet that doesn't require any sort of client side instant messaging application. This allows users to login anywhere without needing installation privileges to chat. A user could log on from a coffee shop or from the comfort of their home computer. There are currently eight chat rooms open to the public. These chat rooms include UK Chat Room, College Chat, USA Chat Room, Canada Chat, Teen Singles, Teen Lounge, Pool Party, and Roleplaying Chat. Other chat rooms are also planned for the future.

David Murray, owner of NitroNet Media said "Chat-up.co.uk expands our demographics outside of just teen related chat and opens up a lot of possibilities for adults to get involved with using our chat services. We also are reaching out to Canada, USA as well as the UK to give residents somewhere they can chat about events and news in their local Country. We are striving to make this yet another major destination web site for chatters around the globe".

Nitronet Media is a network of over ten websites, targeting both the teenage and adult demographic. Their aim is to provide users with useful, entertaining content and features which encourages great growth and a very loyal user-base.

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David Murray
http://www.nitronet.co.uk

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