I’ve become a ChessCube Business Partner!

Sean

ChessCube has launched a great new service that offers you as a chess player, chess blogger, coach, retailer, club operator and so forth the ability to have their own branded chess application on their website, for free. As ChessCube’s Community Manager, I’ve been watching the project develop and grow over time, and was massively excited when the email announcing the ChessCube Business Partner offer was sent to our user base as well as external coaches. From all accounts the feedback and interest has been wonderful thus far!

Wanting a piece of the action myself, I went ahead and signed up to become a Business Partner. Setting ChessCube up on my private blog was extremely easy. Even as an end-user with fairly minimal knowledge of HTML coding, I was able to embed the website onto my own private site in less than 3 minutes. Registration with ChessCube took less than 1 minute, pasting the code given to me by ChessCube into my webpage took seconds, and uploading the new web page to my server took all of 1 minute. And that’s it, I refreshed my page, and there it was – a great chess site running on my own personal blog. Installing ChessCube vs writing a blog post on my site: Writing a blog post with Tumblr is harder, and takes longer. ChessCube makes setting their site up easy, and can be done in quicker than most can finish a blitz chess game!

ChessCube running on my own private blog

The features of the ‘Powered by ChessCube’ solution:

  • A branded chess application for your website
  • Offer private rooms for your users to meet & chat
  • Run your own private or public online tournaments
  • Generate ongoing revenue

Find out how easy becoming a ChessCube Business Partner is for yourself. Head over to http://www.chesscube.com/b2b to get started.

Regards,
Sean
ChessCube Community Manager


5 Responses to “I’ve become a ChessCube Business Partner!”

  • Zauxst Says:

    Are there any conditions ment for us to achieve?

  • Sean Says:

    Well, there are no conditions of getting the code from ChessCube besides signing up.. and there are no “targets” to reach. As for general conditions, there aren’t any besides of course, other than respecting the ChessCube brand :)

  • Clocky Says:

    i tought it was something else then a simple iframe script. Or maybe something different regarding the interface or features provided. i don’t see why people would like to run the chesscube interface integrated in my blog versus having it on the original site. I just don’t see the advantages to the users to be honest. If i miss something please fill me in.

  • Rosie Says:

    Hi Clocky, for many chess coaches, using an interface on their website is easier then going through a third party. They can play on their site. It also opens up ChessCube to users who’ve never heard of it before.

  • Rosie Says:

    The above article also mentions the four points as to why it is a benefit:
    * A branded chess application for your website
    * Offer private rooms for your users to meet & chat
    * Run your own private or public online tournaments
    * Generate ongoing revenue

    If anyone has any questions about the process or needs a step-by-step guide please e-mail me at [email protected].