As you can see above you have several choices, you can ask a question, a yes or no decision question, which can branch out into multiple yes/no questions. You can allow persons to have choices and hit different buttons, you can provide a url to go to, along with uploading pictures, and even videos right into the chat stream. If you look above where the red x’s are you can see that there are two statements, and you can add more. This is where the chat typist will type several messages back to back. Somehow the chat in real time makes it look like it’s a person typing. Very impressive here.
Hi Adam, just discovered your website, I really appreciate your reviews and demos of the various products you review, both very honest and very useful! I have a question about Chatter Pal. It looks great and I can see many uses to engage the website visitor. I have stated producing interactive videos and have had massive success in this regard. I see that Chatter Pal does give an embed code for use on my website, but I do not use wordpress, I use a different platform that has an HTML widget, I am not sure the Chatter Pal code will work inside that widget, it looks like it has to go into the actual page code. I will check with my tech support people about that. Do you have any idea how can I get some sample Chatter Pal code to test this on my website before purchasing on the 28th when it launches? I could then call the tech support team and ask them to help me. Thanks!
One of the basic problems for online websites that are marketing anything whether it is a product or service or both is communication and being able to help the customer in their decision making process. With the growing demand in online marketing, customers are looking for a quick and easy way to get their browsing and purchasing done. Most customers are turned off by automated phones, or phones that put you on hold for years. Customer support and help especially in making their purchase has become paramount. Therefore tools are needed to bring this about. I believe after testing ChatterPal that the creators have solved a very important customer relational problem and have done it with automation.