Two Great New Features At MyPhoneSite

Two new features have launched at My Phone Site this week.

The first new feature is the ability for the website owner to send newsletters. Anytime a My Phone Site customer becomes one of your site’s clients (i.e. calls, makes a purchase from, or messages one of the girls listed on your site), they will be subscribed to your newsletter. (Customers, of course, will be able to unsubscribe to the newsletter if they wish.)

Newsletters can be sent as simple text or HTML. Your My Phone Site URL will automatically be included in your newsletter as a link, so even if the subscriber only recalls his calls/services and doesn’t recognize your site name, he’ll be able to find his way.

Newsletters do not replace the ability to send personal messages to individuals; they are an added feature.

The second new feature is live sex chatting or instant messaging.

[I’ve been awaiting this feature for sometime, oogling the “Open Chat Window” icon which has been in the upper right-hand corner of the dashboard control panel, wondering when it would work!]

This new feature is now fully functional in Phase One — meaning it will allow you to chat with customers on the network. On every operator’s web page customers will see a “Chat Now!” link. When they click on this link, a chat invitation will be sent to the operator.

Features of this online chat or instant messaging option as it now sits, in the first phase, include:

* the ability to accept or decline invitations to chat

* text messaging, including advanced text and links formatting

* the ability to send images and files

* one-on-one audio and video chat

* multiple sessions.

The second phase is even more incredible: it will allow for chat billing on a per minute basis! So stay tuned!

My Phone Site is starting a very large advertising campaign this week to promote the new chat system, so be prepared to be one of the early birds!

Tutorial videos are available on the site, should you need help.

Remember, only mark yourself and/or your operators as “available for chat” when they are available for chat; otherwise, everyone gets grumpy.

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