Susan Friesen — February 14, 2019 Follow @eVisionMedia — February 14, 2019 The Pros and Cons of Conversational Commerce Conversation is a core part of the buying process, whether you’re asking the wine clerk what red she recommends or messaging a store owner on Facebook to see if they sell gift cards. I’m sure you’ve … Continue reading Should Your Small Business Use eCommerce Chatbots?
By automating the research and discovery processes, chatbots empower customers with an on-demand, personalized experience, 24/7. Robin Shapiro on January 25, 2019 Today, consumers are increasingly engaging in chat and messenger apps (i.e., chatbots) to purchase, research and interact with businesses and their products. As Artificial Intelligence advances, these conversational experiences provide a real-time way … Continue reading 3 reasons chatbots are transforming the automotive industry
For cleaning product maker TriNova, a Facebook Messenger chatbot keeps customers engaged with the brand and buying more products than other customers. Barry Levine on January 22, 2019 A conversational flow for a TriNova customer on Facebook Messenger. (Click to expand) Marketers are employing chatbots for many uses, but one Chicago-based company has found success … Continue reading How one marketer uses a chatbot to retain customers
Chelsea Boice — November 4, 2018 — November 4, 2018 mohamed_hassan / Pixabay 2018 has been a big year for marketing. From virtual reality to voice search, this year has brought forth some powerful technological advancements to help brands better connect, engage, and convert buyers. If you’ve been keeping up with these trends, then you’ve … Continue reading Chatbots for Marketing: What to Know Before Adopting Them into Your Strategy
Stacey Rudolph — May 15, 2018 — May 15, 2018 The proliferation of chatbot madness did not start today. Introduced by Alan Turing, chatbox begun in the 1950s. The artificial intelligence industry is growing exponential with 2014 statistics showing that the artificial intelligence has hit $ 126 billion. One of the reasons for the rapid … Continue reading The Growth of Chatbots Usage in Customer Service Industry [Infographic]
Next up in a series on bots and why crawl budgets are important, Columnist Stephan Spencer explains how to direct the engine bots to what’s important on your site and how to avoid common coding issues. Stephan Spencer on May 4, 2018 In Part One of our three-part series, we learned what bots are … Continue reading The ultimate guide to bot herding and spider wrangling — Part Two
In Part 1 of a three-part series, Columnist Stephan Spencer does a deep dive into bots, explaining what they are and why crawl budgets are important. Stephan Spencer on March 8, 2018 This is Part 1 of a three-part series. We generally think about search engine optimization in relation to humans: What queries are … Continue reading The ultimate guide to bot herding and spider wrangling
Emma Muckersie — February 10, 2018 — February 10, 2018 ProSmile / Pixabay In our newly launched report, we identified chatbots as a key tech trend to watch. But where is this technology already making its mark? In this blog post, we take a look at how and where chatbots are taking off and share … Continue reading Where Are Chatbots Making Their Mark?
In Part 1 of a series, columnist Daniel Faggella shares two use cases of companies that are using chatbots to improve their marketing and sales, explaining what you can learn from them. Daniel Faggella on January 23, 2018 As businesses continue to find ways of cutting costs and improving customer engagement, chatbots have become a … Continue reading How companies are using chatbots for marketing: Use cases and inspiration
Sure, chatbots can cut costs, but columnist Jay Baer says before you jump on the chat bandwagon, you need to make sure you’re putting the customer first. Jay Baer on January 22, 2018 Artificial intelligence is one of the biggest buzzwords in society, and the business world is making widespread use of a practical … Continue reading Incorporating a chatbot? How to put the customer first