One of the most valuable marketing tools for Facebook Chatbot products is social media networks like Twitter and Facebook. Using these platforms to connect with customers is one of the best ways to build customer loyalty.
The biggest challenge is getting customers to opt in to your Facebook Chatbot. Facebook is probably the most difficult social network to integrate with a chatbot. Users of Facebook are very active and integrating a chatbot into a Facebook page will be a lot harder than integrating a chatbot into an e-mail list. You'll also need to ensure that any messages you send out are the same for everyone that signs up for your Facebook group.
Facebook chatbots are some of the best social bots on the market. By bringing chatbots to market, Facebook has opened up a whole new world for businesses. With Messenger Bot integration it is possible to get all the benefits of an integrated social network and make use of Messenger.
Integration with Facebook Messenger is not a straight integration, however. While the Messenger platform can be used to bring Facebook Chatbot information to the web, Facebook Chatbot products should be designed for your end users and not for the Messenger platform. This means that for example, if you have a Twitter-like product for Facebook, it will be much harder to monetize your Facebook site with it. You may even want to think twice about including your Facebook business in Facebook Messenger unless you intend to take advantage of it yourself.
If you want to integrate a Facebook Chatbot into your site, you'll need to use a social network platform. This platform is free, but many of them are not so great. I recommend Twemoji because it is very simple to integrate with almost any social network. Just go to Twemoji.com and add your Facebook or Twitter account.
Onceyou've added your account, you'll see a "network" icon at the top right of your Twemoji profile. Click it and follow the directions there. At the bottom, add a "feed" URL. Add a title for your feed that includes your business name and a URL to your Facebook Chatbot integration product. When people add your feed to their feeds, they'll see your Twemoji profile and click on your URL to view your product.
Facebook now allows publishers to integrate their Facebook pages with their products. To get started, find a Facebook Page that you'd like to work with. Then follow the steps to add your product to your page. When people start to see your feed on your page, they will automatically subscribe to your feed.
You can also integrate Facebook Chatbots with Google products. The Google Analytics program makes it easy to connect your Twitter account with Google Analytics. You can also use Twilio's SDK to integrate your Facebook page with your products.
In order to make this work, you'll need to have Twilio's Google Analytics SDK installed on your server. Once you do, go to Google Analytics, select "Add a new account" and enter your Twilio application ID.
Next, use the URL of your Twilio dashboard to trigger your Feed – look for the section called "Subscribe URL." The URL should be exactly the same as the URL for your Twemoji Feed. Add a "tag", which includes your Twemoji feed URL and tag it "chatbots." From there, your feed will automatically trigger to Facebook Chatbots.
Once you have set up your Facebook page, you can integrate it with your Google Analytics page. In order to do this, log into your Google account, go to Analytics and select "Preferences." Then, copy the Analytics Feed URL, then paste the URL in the URL field of your Facebook account.
Now when you create a new campaign or change the feed URL, your Facebook visitors will automatically subscribe to your Google Analytics page. Facebook Chatbots has the potential to bring in thousands of customers and free you up to focus on other methods of building your business.