Ok so you’ve built a WhatsApp Chatbot and you’re ready to yield all that WhatsApp-y goodness for your marketing/sales/customer service team. Well, there’s one more step you need to complete before that can happen:
Getting your customers to actually talk to the bot!
Here are four ways customers can access your WhatsApp Bot👇
This is quite literally as easy as it sounds. Put your WhatsApp Business Number on your website, landing pages, in your email footers, and tell your customers to contact you there.
If they take you up on your offer and message the number, you’re in business! The WhatsApp Chatbot will handle the rest.
Clicking on a WhatsApp Website Widget
Customer service widgets have become a ubiquitous element of websites across the web, and you can use the same tech to bring people to your WhatsApp chatbot.
Clicking on your Facebook Ads
We already talked about this earlier but Facebook gives you the option of sending people who click on your ads to a WhatsApp Business conversation.
If you have a chatbot setup on your WhatsApp Business number then it will talk to all of the people who click on your WhatsApp-enabled ads
Scanning A QR Code
QR codes used to be a niche technology used only by tech enthusiasts but with QR readers built-in to the default camera apps on most phones, everyone today knows how to use QR codes!
You can put a link to your WhatsApp Chatbot behind a QR code and post the QR code up on posters, billboards, and brochures in the real world (shocking I know) so that your customers can get in touch with your WhatsApp Chatbot.
How can I build a WhatsApp chatbot?
That’s where we come into the picture.
Using the TARS builder you can create a WhatsApp chatbot (even if you have no coding experience at all).
All you need to do to get started is to book a free consultation with us to discuss your requirements
Arnav is the Director of Content Marketing at Tars. He spends most days building bots, writing about conversational design and scrolling through Giphy’s trending section looking for the gifs that go into the Tars Newsletter.