WebsiteAlive Clients Royals and Giants face off in World Series

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WebsiteAlive congratulates the Kansas City Royals on winning the American League pennant, and the San Francisco Giants on winning the National League pennant. Both organizations use WebsiteAlive’s AliveChat to connect with fans online.

WebsiteAlive, a Houston-based provider of live chat and other online communication technology, congratulates its clients the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants on making it to the 2014 World Series.

This year marks the first time the Royals have been a part of postseason play since they won the World Series in 1985. They squeaked through a wild card game with Oakland, then posted a stunning 8-0 run to start the playoffs. Meanwhile, the Giants are seeking their third championship in five years.

“WebsiteAlive’s clients know how to win—after all, that’s why they use AliveChat,” says WebsiteAlive CEO Adam J. Stass. “Clearly, they understand how to excel both on and off the field. So on behalf of the entire staff here, I would like to congratulate the Royals and the Giants on getting to the World Series, and thank you both for being our clients. We’ll be glued to our TV sets, and we can’t wait to see what happens.”

WebsiteAlive clients are consistently at the top in major sports championships. That’s not just true in baseball: this year’s Stanley Cup, NBA playoffs, and Super Bowl champions are also enthusiastic users of WebsiteAlive’s AliveChat live chat solution. The majority of MLS winners in recent years have been WebsiteAlive clients, too. These teams know what it takes to be the best, and that’s why they choose WebsiteAlive as a partner.

“All in all, more than 80 percent of all pro sports teams utilize WebsiteAlive’s products,” says Stass. “AliveChat simply makes a huge difference in connecting with fans and generating revenue.”

AliveChat, WebsiteAlive’s industry-leading live chat product, is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering that can be embedded on a website, in an e-mail or advertisement, or on a Twitter account or Facebook page. It allows viewers to connect with company representatives instantly by clicking on a button or link. Because the product is fully hosted on WebsiteAlive’s servers, there is no equipment to buy and no software to install. AliveChat Mobile is included at no charge, making chats accessible via handheld devices.

AliveChat is also 100 percent customizable. Without any special programming knowledge, users can brand AliveChat windows with their own logos and color schemes, creating a seamless experience that supports their brand identity.

WebsiteAlive also offers AliveDial, a click-to-call platform that allows visitors to enter their phone number and be connected immediately with a company. WebsiteAlive’s AliveConcierge service answers chats on behalf of companies that are too busy to answer online chat or would prefer to outsource that capability. Leads are then forwarded to the business.

WebsiteAlive’s newest innovation is AliveSecure, the first and only technology that allows companies to secure credit card payments through a website or mobile chat interface. The patented and patent-pending solution is the only way to safely transmit sensitive data in a chat environment, and it’ll be a game-changer for e-commerce.

To learn more about how WebsiteAlive’s online communication technology can improve customer loyalty and increase sales for your company, contact WebsiteAlive at 888-696-4513, e-mail them at sales(at)websitealive(dot)com, or visit http://www.websitealive.com.

About WebsiteAlive
Since 2007, WebsiteAlive (http://www.websitealive.com) has been the fastest-growing company in the online communication space. Its feature-rich, industry-leading, and award-winning live chat and click-to-call solutions, AliveChat and AliveDial, help companies worldwide meet and greet website visitors, answer questions, increase leads, and close sales. Its groundbreaking secure transaction platform, AliveSecure, is changing the game for online retailers.

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