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Sales Chat OFFICIAL LAUNCH! — The World’s First Performance Pay Live Chat Support

Without much fanfare, Sales Chat has officially been launched … as with its development in general … by necessity.

In the words of Sales Chat co-founder Nadeem Farooqi:

This is amazing… we haven’t opened up our shop and customers started knocking at the door.

Without a doubt, Sales Chat’s unique innovation of Performance Pay ONLY Live Chat Support Service is in demand. Most websites are dead! Even the social web is largely referential. Aside from a few disparate chat options (Facebook, Google, Skype, AIM, MSN, etc) … and a few major sites that have in-house Live Chat Support teams … people experiencing the web are experiencing a machine.

Sales Chat is here to bring life to the internet, and to bring personal, real-human service to e-commerce & online lead generation.

Sales Chat is the first service launched to provide start-to-finish “done for you” Live Chat Support services … with no up-front costs or fixed fees. Our Live Chat Associates study a business, and add a real, live, specialized human element to any business website. Now, companies will no longer rely on their appealing graphics, snazzy sales copy, and sleek sales videos.

Today, and henceforth, there is no excuse to NOT have live chat support on your site. It costs nothing. We set everything up. We manage the chat. We interact with your customers. You only pay for the warm, inbound leads we transfer to you.

We are looking forward to servicing the internet business community, and to helping bring life into the experience of e-commerce.

If you are interested in the service (as a client or as a partner), remember to visit the Sales Chat main site.

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