Chatbot Marketing 24/7 Lead Generation Customer Engagement Service Launched

A new chatbot customer engagement service has been launched by Collect.chat. It helps businesses to generate more leads and convert more sales while improving customer experience.

n/a, United States - December 6, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Collect.chat has launched a new chat bot service for businesses looking to get more leads and convert more paying customers. It is a human friendly way for collecting data, as customers are more likely to interact with a website when interactive chat is available.

More information can be found at: https://collect.chat#_r_koji25

The newly launched service allows businesses to be there for customers on a 24/7 basis. This allows them to collect leads when all of their sales reps are asleep or away.

In addition to this, the new service launch allows business owners to engage with their audience in new and effective ways.

Key features with the new service launch include interactive question templates, gifs, and tools to engage with customers in fun, interactive ways.

One of the important benefits of this service launch is that it allows business owners to save on acquisition. They can increase their marketing and advertising ROI by engaging with each visitor.

Rather than filling in forms that can force visitors to lose interest, the chatbot service engages them in conversation. This helps to qualify and convert customers more effectively.

Benefits include reducing sales spending by 50%, ensuring 24/7 availability, and tripling conversions.

Business owners can get the service up and running quickly and seamlessly. A simple drag and drop tool is provided so they can add their relevant questions and customize the form.

They can then install and share the bot using HTML code, plugins, or landing pages. In this way, businesses can take their online presence to new heights.

A recent user said: “Collect.chat has been super useful for us and we have certainly seen a growth in our subscriptions per month. With the contribution of this widget, we have even seen an average 30% increase in the total monthly subscriptions.”

The service can help clients to improve customer service, customer engagement, and more.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: John Smith
Email: Send Email
Organization: Collect Chat
Address: n/a, n/a, n/a n/a, United States
Website: https://collect.chat#_r_koji25

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88938056

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