Messenger is way bigger than Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter combined. It’s easy to get excited and want to jump in without much planning but don’t. To make sure you start off right – well, give yourself a bird’s eye view first.
Before we jump into the course, it’ll help you to know what you can create in terms of a chatbot. There are 100s if not 1000s of ways, but our goal is to help you pinpoint a general idea of what you want to accomplish.?
It’s best to start on the right foot, so in this video – we’re going to go over some common mistakes that can potentially lower your conversion rate. A lot of these are simple and sound like common sense, but are common mistakes you want to avoid.
Now that you understand some common mistakes and what you need to do to get a good head start, let’s take a look at some bots and break them down a little.
Whether your bot is focused on customer support or converting prospects into leads – this quick and easy method will help you.
As noted earlier, having a mockup of your bot’s layout is crucial before you jump in and create one. But before you can create a mockup, you need to do a little bit of brainstorming.
Now that you know how to implement the “brainstorm platter method,” it’s time to dig deeper. Let’s organize your questions and answers.
It’s almost time to create your bit. Now, let’s work on creating the final mockup first so you can do it successfully.
Congrats! You’ve reached the end of this course. It’s time to take what you’ve brainstormed and turn it into a chatbot. Let’s jump right in.