Intext Keywords

Direct your Chatters exactly where you want them.

Tablet and mobile

RumbleTalk Keywords (InTEXT) uses a smart technology to identify specific words and phrases, and highlight them live, while chat is in process. RumbleTalk InText then dynamically turns these words into predefined links that allow you to associate any word with any web page.

Whether the chat is on gadgets and you want your chatters to go to directly to the seller commercial site, or whether it is consulting and you want them to encourage them to open the advisor web site.

This is what RumbleTalk Keywords does, it highlights the right word in the right context and routes users to the right site, all according to your predefined rules.

Chat owner are able to effortlessly harness the traffic and high amount of text written during a group chat or a private chat and point users to a specific destination.

Think of the possibilities!

Answers to the most common questions about RumbleTalk HTML5 group chat

  • ...

    Create a Free
    Chatroom Account

  • ...

    Add Keywords
    you wish to Highlight

  • ...

    Open the Chat And
    type your predefined text

Once done, when users type InText predefined words or phrases, the InText word is dashe-underlined, and turns into a hyperlink. When clicked, the predefined URL will be opened in a new tab. Using this highliy effective technology, you can direct users to relevant content, documents, files or of course affiliate web sites


  • How do i get more keywords?

    By default you get one keyword for free. Contact us to purchase as many words as you need

  • Do keywords work in a private chat?

    Sure they do

  • Will my keywords work in all my chat rooms?

    Your purchased keywords are per account, they will work in all your account chats.

  • Can I turn this feature off?

    Yes, no problem. Just…. you can do it on the top part?

  • Can I add affiliate link?

    Yes, this is why InText is so powerful, you can direct your users to affiliate sites and monitize your chat

  • Can I use a phrase instead of a single word?

    Yes, you can use phrases as well.