There is a lot of potential for using chatbots for marketing. For example, it is possible to use Facebook advertising to send users directly to a Messenger chatbot. Users interacting with the chatbot consent to be contacted by the bot at a later point in time. This means that the cost-per-acquisition of Messenger contacts can be much lower than traditional email marketing.
Nina, the Nuance Intelligent Virtual Assistant, isdesigned to deliver an intuitive, automated experience for all your digital channels by engaging your customers in natural conversations using voice or text. No matter if you want to add a virtual agent to your website, app, or text messaging application, Nina offers your customers a consistent experience in any digital channel. A familiar voice will answer their request whether it's typed into a computer, tapped on a screen or spoken into a device.
If a visitor does engage, the bot is programmed to answer and determine if the user is a qualified lead based on their questions and responses. Qualified leads are invited to book a sales call with a rep. A calendaring integration makes it easy to reserve a spot, and a CRM integration means qualified leads are automatically routed to the right salesperson.
Qualified is a live chat and conversational marketing platform that will alert your sales reps when qualified leads are on your website, and give them the tools to meet with them in real-time, including live chat, voice calls, and screen sharing. Qualified was created to help companies reduce the amount of time it takes for sales reps to engage with qualified leads. By providing real-time qualification and instant meetings, sales teams are able to generate more leads and more pipeline.
Chatterbot Platform or Chatbot Software are computer program which are designed to simulate an intelligent conversation with one or more human users via auditory or textual methods, for engaging in conversation. Chatterbot are text based conversation agent which can interact with human users through some medium, such as an instant message service. The primary aim of such simulation has been to fool the user into thinking that the program's output has been produced by a human. Programs doing this are referred to as Artificial Conversational Entities, talk bots, chatterboxes, chatter robot, chatterbot, chatbot, or chat bot. Some of the chatterbots use natural language processing systems, and some others scan for keywords within the input and respond with a reply with the most matching keywords, or similar wording pattern, from a textual database. Chatterbots are often integrated into dialog systems for various practical applications such as offline help, personalised service, or information acquisition.