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People who run websites know that enabling site visitors to interact with one another adds to the site experience. One way this can be achieved is by introducing an instant messaging interface. But coding up such a thing for your site can be time consuming. Fortunately here to help you out is a web service called Rumbletalk.

instant chat for your website

Rumbletalk is a free to use web service that helps you incorporate a chatting interface into your site. You start by specifying your site platform and getting a corresponding code or plugin for your site. Next you customize your chatting interface such as the color theme, chatting skins, and blocking IP addresses, if any. When you are done, you simply incorporate the code into your site and you are good to go.


As the chat interface creator, you are also able to ban certain words and users from the chat. Chat histories can be archived and saved. And all of this is achieved without you coding anything.


  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Lets you incorporate chatting into your site.
  • Works with various site platforms.
  • Lets you moderate chat users and words.
  • Similar tool: Envolve.

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  1. Lisa Gray
    September 9, 2016 at 3:13 pm

    If you want to work with a company that has your best interests in mind, and that has personal and business integrity, you'll want to pass on working with RumbleTalk, I purchased RumbleTalk two years ago for an org that I'm webmaster for. We used it for about 15 months, and then took it down b/c we no longer needed it. I hadn't realized I would need to cancel my auto payment for the next year. So when it recently auto-renewed, I contacted RumbleTalk to say I don't need this product anymore and will not need it again in the future.

    First of all, it took three attempts over three weeks to contact them before I got a reply, so customer support is really weak. Then they refused to issue a refund saying that my contract with them indicates that they do not issue refunds. I sent them this information:

    "Please consider acting with integrity on this issue. You know that we have not been using your product for a long time now. You know that we do not need it in the future. Is it really morally right for you to charge us $300 for something we clearly do not need?

    "By the way, the organization I originally used your product for is dedicated to helping people who have hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. If they have to spend $300 to you for something they do not need, you're taking money from an organization -- for no reason except that you believe you legally can -- that helps people with cancer.

    "I'm not sure how you could possibly feel good about keeping $300 from a cancer org when you know they don't use your product, and haven't used it in a long time, and do not intend to use it in the future. Does that really feel like good business ethics to you? Not to mention personal ethics?

    "Please reconsider and do the right thing. We don't use or need your product, and won't need it in the future. Keeping our $300 would display a shocking lack of integrity."

    They still refused to refund the money, simply saying that they if we ever want to use their product again (which we will not have a need for) that we can apply our payment at that time.

    As a long-time business owner myself, I can't imagine keeping money from someone who has not needed my services in a long time, and will not need my services in the future. Even if I could legally do so, I would not do so because my business is built on integrity and genuine interest in my clients' needs. RumbleTalk lacks either of these traits.

    You have other options. I would recommend exploring them.

  2. Janis
    September 18, 2012 at 9:04 pm

    This looks very usable. Thanks!

  3. Miko
    June 7, 2012 at 6:14 am

    Indeed, RumbleTalk chat widget is probably the best of its kind !!!