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Author Topic: Wibiya: Website Toolbar Utility (Web Review)  (Read 5807 times)


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Wibiya: Website Toolbar Utility (Web Review)
« on: October 20, 2010, 04:23:33 PM »
Basic Info

Website NameWibiya: Free Web Toolbar
Website CatagoryToolbars/Website Utilities/Website Mod's
Website URLhttp://www.wibiya.com/
Website require signup?Yes (To use the toolbar and access settings)
Supported BrowsersAll Major Browsers
Support MethodsFAQ, Forums, Tickets
Is this site UGC (User Generated Content)?No
Pricing Scheme (If Membership Site)Free, Plus ($4.95/mth) - Pro ($9.90/mth) - Max ($29.90/mth)
Reviewer Donation LinkDonate to Stephen66515, the Review Author
Relationship btwn. Reviewer and Website REVIEWER: No relationship between Website and Reviewer.


Wibiya is a great, free toolbar utility, that you can add to any website, blog, or forum, quickly and easily.

The toolbar itself, is not like the one's you will be thinking about (The one's that fill up the top of Internet Explorer).  Instead, it is one, that sits at the bottom of your website (The pages you choose to put it on) and can be minimized by the user.

With handy utilities like the 'Facebook Like' button, Google Translate, Games, Share and Chat (And much more), that do not take the user off your website, your visitors will have even more reason to come back, day after day.


This tool will help you retain visitor numbers, increase them, and increase the return rate of most your visitors, all while staying nice and compact at the bottom of the page without getting in the way of any of your content!

Powerful Web Applications
Discover a growing variety of web applications that will enhance your reader's experience
Enjoy a full tracking and management system for each web application.
Add and remove web toolbar applications with one simple click

Communicate with Your Readers – Make Your Website Interactive
Broadcast messages, notifications and alerts in real time
Share all your tweets with your readers
Participate in live chat rooms using unique web toolbar applications

See it in action:
Wibiya (Visible Link: www.wibiya.com)
My Test Toolbar (Visible Link: www.thathostingsite.com)

Who is this website designed for:

This website is designed for anybody looking to increase their websites popularity.

The Good

Great platform and very easy to install with lots of modifications to choose from.

The needs improvement section

I personally think that the pricing scheme is a little expencive for what you get, however, the free, branded version is more than enough for the average user.

Why I think you should visit this website

I think you should visit this website if you are looking to boost your visitor numbers, and have them come back day after day.

How does it compare to similar sites in the same catagory

Much easier to install, and much neater than its competitors.


Wibiya gives website developers the ease and freedom to be able to easily communicate with thier visitors.  Great utilities like Games and Sharing Tools will give users even more to do while browsing your site!

Website Rating out of 10 (10 being the highest)

My rating for this website, and its content, would be 7/10
« Last Edit: October 21, 2010, 07:16:10 AM by Stephen66515 »


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Re: Wibiya: Website Toolbar Utility (Web Review)
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2010, 01:02:48 AM »
I found wibiya and meebo toolbars very annoying on some of wordpress sites and on squidoo. I don't know why i hated scrolling when these toolbars are ON. Makes site look more cluttered than useful.


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Re: Wibiya: Website Toolbar Utility (Web Review)
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2010, 11:11:39 AM »
I don't know about meebo but I know the Wibiya has a minimize/hide button on it.