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Motribe chatrooms provide a place for mobile users to talk to each other within your social mobisite. Simple and free communication is key to driving increased engagement in a mobile community. Multiple chatrooms per social mobisite allow for topic-specific discussions to emerge. Users are able to choose their favourite chatroom to join and engage with.
Your community is always on the move. With Motribe they can blog using their mobile phones, even when they are out and about. Giving your community a voice is the first step towards empowerment.
Upload photos to your community for all to see. Your community will be able to respond and upload their own photos for everyone to view, comment and rate
Focus your community with Motribe Plugins
Using the various plugins available to community owners a community can be turned in to anything you can imagine. Build a photo community, a content community, a chat community and more.
The easy to use drag and drop plugin manager makes customizing the plugins your community uses extremely simple. Just drag the plugin you want in to your mobile community and save the settings.
Quickly and easily add a chat room, remove photos and there are many more options. We are always adding new features.
You can use the Motribe content management system to moderate photos, blog posts and search for content or users. This gives you the peace of mind that comes with total control.
These days, the best thing you can do is listen and pay attention to what your users want. Make better decisions using Motribe’s Advanced Analytics to understand your audience better than on any other medium.
With Motribe's Advanced Analytics tools you can get reports on daily volumes of signups, photo uploads, blog posts, chatroom messages and messages sent between your users. You can find the top users in each category and reward them for being active.
Motribe's demographic reporting tools give you the power to understand how different segments behave in your environment. Find out if your network is more masculine or feminine, and which age-groups are dominant.
Sometimes knowing where your users are is more important than anything else. Whether you're running a local niche or a global expansion project, location matters.