Get More Customers via A/B Testing
Here's a common problem that faces website owners and developers every day. Visitors are simply not converting when they're visiting your website. They're showing up for a few seconds and then just moving on! It's obvious that there's something stopping them from staying long enough to convert.
You might think that the only answer is to just have your design team start creating new designs for your website, but you could still be facing the same problem if those new designs don’t convert more visitors than the original designs. Right? So, how can you possibly figure out what the solution really is? Enter A/B Split Testing, which very well could be the optimum answer to your problem.
Now, you're wearing your website owner hat. Live chat is a bit of amazing technology but it has to be implemented properly if it's going to be successful at helping you with moving your visitors to the bottom of your sales funnel quicker.
The problem is that when your live chat function is not receiving sufficient attention, it can easily end up leading to some serious customer dissatisfaction. So, the question about live chat is whether it actually gives your customers the level of satisfaction that they’re really looking for? Unfortunately, the answer is a resounding “no”!
According to Chatbots Magazine
Let’s ask Chatbots Magazine and see what their expert opinion is on the subject. According to them, Chatbots are computer programs powered by Artificial Intelligence that allow you to interact with your customers using a chat interface.
They were first created for the purpose of bridging human limitations and could be the next generation of AI for improving the daily experience. The magazine also says that Econsultancy reported 79 percent of consumers saying that they preferred the functions of live chat based upon the fact that there's no waiting on hold. Obviously, they would prefer to have their questions immediately answered.
OK, so some fairly sophisticated chatbots are quite responsive, however, they’re still extremely limited as far as what they can actually do. The fact is that a chatbot simply can’t provide any more answers beyond what somebody has programmed it to say. And, often the answer you get is totally unrelated to what you were actually asking. It's kind of like a baby learning to talk, you know, monkey-see, monkey-do.
Let’s do a comparison test:
OK, so what's the verdict? Well, if you have the financial resources, obviously live chat is the best option for making your customers feel special and satisfied with the answers they receive. However, when you look at the chatbot potential when powered by AI, the future looks pretty bright. Although they probably won't replace real live human beings anytime soon, they can help you with saving time, money, and energy. So, the verdict is that chatbots are cheaper but live chat is more personal. So, it looks like they both win in their own way.
And, as the last word here, according to Sundar Pichai/ CEO of Google Inc.“I think, in the long run, we'll evolve from a mobile-first world to an AI-first world in computing.”
Author: Rudy Labordus
Rudy Labordus is an Internationally acclaimed author, marketing strategist and speaker. He has been instrumental in helping launch and develop several multi million dollar businesses around Australia and excels in developing innovative, strategic and creative solutions that produce exceptional results for his clients.