Tagconversational automation

Is Email Dead? An in-depth analysis to the rise and fall of electronic mail.

The rise Depending on who your sources are, you may be led to believe that emails are not dead, but is in fact on the rise. Proponents of email will point to the raw numbers as proof. 4.1 billion active accounts. 74 trillion emails every year. 281 billion email sent and received every day in 2018. 99% of us check our inbox. Built in 1971 by Ray Tomlinson, emails have been synonymous with...

Stranger Chat – How to make your Bot more Natural

Context is one of the most important facets of a holistic conversation. In conversations between grown adults you often see context at work. You see it in how they weave their words, how they present themselves and how they absorb information. Politicians often speak in sound bites, because what they say is reported in sound bites. By eliminating context, they keep their answers consistent and...

5 Ways to Increase your Conversion Rates in 2018.

In a world of absolute information, businesses have been corrupted absolutely. Customers are no longer individual people, each with hopes, dreams, and desires, but just numbers on an excel sheet. We’re now at a point in global commerce when being data-driven is more important than being customer driven. Over the course of this article, you’ll learn how one man used just 18 words to boost year on...

2018 is the year we change Sales.

That’s it, I’ve had it. No more spammy email blasts, no drone-like cold calling, scripted pitches, blind as a bat A/B testing, wayward retargeting, pointless robocalls, 18-page form fill requirements or MQLs and SQLs that tell us nothing. New year, new you. As I’ve said before, 2018 is a make or break year for Chatbots. All the hype that led into 2017 now has to be validated. We use bots...

Small Scale Business Chatbots: Let’s Chat-A-Bot it.

The founder of Microsoft has a warning for society. Speaking at the Misk Global Forum in Riyadh, Bill Gates explained that rapid advancements in technology, could lead to a deeper wedge in income inequality. His concerns stem from tangible statistics. Josef Stadler; UBS’s head of global ultra-high net worth hypothesizes that society is entering a second “Gilded Age”, a period from the 1870s to...