New version of the product is supported by ads; company has plans for wide-ranging category network.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

June 19, 2005

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Userplane has released its multi-user, multi-room, audio/video chat application in a free, unlimited use, version that is supported by advertising. The Free Webchat Instant-Install is an enhancement of Userplane's multi-user chat room system.

The new version will include all the audio-visual and multi-room features of Userplane Webchat with the addition of a Userplane-hosted ad space that is positioned below the application. As with earlier Instant-install Userplane applications, Webchat is offered as a one-line script that can be pasted onto any web page.

Userplane also announced plans to organize Free Webchat orders into a series that may consist of two dozen or more categories, including automotive, careers, health, news, shopping, and sports. Categories will also include Userplane's mainstay specialties of online dating and social networking.

The Userplane Ad Network is a simple, one-step purchase the company has designed to yield immediate brand presence across the Userplane network of online communities, social networking and dating websites, blogs, and niche communities. These online communities have large and active user-bases that are exposed to longer and more focused periods of time than typical web users. Userplane claims that its users spend an average of at least 10 minutes in front of the Applications.

For more information, visit www.userplane.com.

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