How to Use Vagaro Booking Widget on Your WordPress Website

The Vagaro booking widget is a tiny bit of JavaScript that plugs in between your website and a third-party booking engine to create a live-action demo for your potential clients. It provides them with a simple way to find your services and get in touch without having to leave the comfort of your website’s interface.

You can integrate the widget on your WordPress website by pasting in the embed code located in the footer of this article. After that, you will need to go to the WordPress dashboard and verify that the code has been integrated properly. Finally, you will want to style the widget with CSS to match the design of your website.

The Benefits Of The Widget

The good news is that the Vagaro widget is incredibly easy to implement. All you need is a little bit of WordPress and some basic knowledge of JavaScript to add a live chat button to your website.

To put it bluntly, the chat button gives your website instant credibility. It’s one of the simplest ways to build a trusted connection with potential clients, and it has the added benefit of being an interactive tool. When someone clicks the chat button, they will see a popup window open up directly on their web browser. Within that window, you have the opportunity to start a live chat with the person who is visiting your site.

How Does It Work?

Behind the scenes, the Vagaro widget is powered by a third-party engine called Wand, which is also responsible for powering various live chat platforms including ChatWand, LiveChat, and HawkChat.

When a user clicks the link or button to chat with you, a request is made to Wand to connect the user’s web browser to a live chat session with a real person. Depending on your preferences, you can choose whether to accept or reject the request. If you accept it, the popup window will open up with a live chat interface that allows you to start a direct conversation with the person who is visiting your website.

Additional Perks of Using The Widget

Aside from giving your website credibility, the Vagaro widget also provides you with the opportunity to educate potential clients about your industry. For example, if you run a law firm website, you could have a dedicated chat session with a lawyer to explain how the legal process works.

Speaking of which, you may also choose to incorporate testimonials from past clients into the conversation. If you have a case study or blog post that documents the success of your firm in a particular area of law, you could ask the lawyer to share their thoughts about your practice and how it helped them.

Even better, the person visiting your site can click a button to leave a review or testimonial about your firm. The review form is completely opt-in, so the more reviews you have, the more chances you have of attracting future clients.

Where Can I Deploy This On My Website?

The good news is that you can use the Vagaro widget on any WordPress website, as long as you have a form with an input type of “text” or “textarea.” Depending on your preferred contact method, you can choose whether to display the chat button or the review form next to the form.

To put it simply, the Vagaro chat button provides a direct way for your website visitors to get in touch with you, while the review form allows you to build credibility and trust with potential clients by posting previous testimonials and case studies about your practice.