TMM020: How The School of Bots Was Born
In this episode, Natasha discusses chatbots as “white space” for marketers, how bots are different than e-mail, the big divide that separates technical and non-technical people, and so much more.
In addition, she gives us a backstory on how she got into the bot world, how School of Bots was conceived, and its mission to help people build and grow highly profitable chatbot agencies. Plus! You will be treated with some great information that you can apply right now.(*Disclaimer: My posts may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through one of those links, you won’t pay a penny more, but we’ll get a small commission, which helps pay for the podcast.)
Watch the interview on YouTube Natasha Who?
Natasha serves as the Chief Marketing Officer of Ineffable Marketing – a full service agency that builds and services Messenger bots.
Natasha Takahashi’s desire to create her own digital empire while traveling around the world guided her to chatbots, after hearing Zuckerberg speak about them at the F8 Conference. She co-founded a Chatbot Marketing Agency, Ineffable Marketing with Kyle Willis. Then created one of the leading chatbot schools online called School of Bots in partnership with Chatfuel.
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[01:29] Natasha as a digital nomad
[04:53] Bots as a “white space” for marketers
[11:18] How Natasha got into bots
[15:51] How School of Bots was founded
[26:12] 90-second explanation of chatbots
[29:32] An example on how restaurants could apply chatbots
[36:30] The rise of other advanced bot platforms
[39:12] Two things to be excited about bots this year
[48:03] Crazy and funny experiences on random bots
[53:49] How she splits her time between her online school and bots
[55:37] Other types of bot schoolsUseful Links:
Website >>> School of Bots*
Website >>> https://www.ineffablemarketing.com/Social Media Links:
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