Every startup struggles when trying to show what its resulting product is going to be. The problem is that investors and early adopters normally don’t trust words – they want to see something that already works. However, startups usually have neither time nor money to create a fully-functional product. Here comes a solution, which is to create a minimum viable product (MVP).
Have you ever thought how many people you can reach with the help of different platforms? If you haven’t, consider this: Facebook messenger has more than 1 billion users. Don’t tell me that this number doesn’t drive your enthusiasm towards using Facebook messenger for business.
Analyzing major platforms for the number its audience counts can become a useful, even priorities-changing practice, which you can certainly do on your own. However, in this article, let’s focus on the ways of using particularly Facebook messenger for business. Continue reading “How To Use Facebook Messenger For Business”
Before we dig into the particular case of chatbot application, let’s look at the affiliate marketing in general and how you’re supposed to benefit from it. If you haven’t had chances to familiarize yourself with it or to gain experience in this field, you may think that it’s just one more marketing niche. But I encourage you to learn more on this topic because an income from affiliate marketing potentially can dominate over any other possible source. Continue reading “How Chatbots Can Increase Your Income from Affiliate Marketing”
We can endlessly talk about how trending chatbots have become, predict what it’s going to result in, and review the most interesting examples. However, there should be people among us who would question their applicability. They would try to find out how they can leverage chatbots for business. And I totally understand them.
When it comes to the trends in technology, their practical usefulness is probably the first thing we need to figure out. Continue reading “Chatbots for Business: How to Make Money with Bots?”
Either you want to order food delivery, find an outfit for the night, buy rare flowers and send it to your girlfriend or anything like that – in the industrial era, these services looked quite differently from what they are now. It took time for customer services to shape up. First applications which were able to help at least halfway with these routine tasks seemed as extremely time-saving.