Since chatbot adoption doesn’t show any signs of slowing down more and more businesses become intrigued by this rising CX unicorn. To satisfy that curiosity, we compiled a list of chatbot website examples that pretty much nailed it.
The list features websites with bots that either created a great bot personality, designed engaging conversation, stand out for excellent design, and so forth.
Let’s take a look!
Voltage is a creative marketing agency in the business of creating websites, digital platforms, marketing campaigns, and content. They created a simple yet attention-catching chatbot for their website to welcome visitors.
People can decide to chat or find out more through good old browsing. However, most visitors can’t resist chatting up the golden unicorn!
Cubert is a simple and elegant solution to get a usually tedious and lengthy process of obtaining a quote & selling your old tech. You answer a series of questions, neither of which requires actual typing.
In a matter of a minute or two you can assess the value of your phone and, if you feel up for it, complete the sale there and then. It’s straightforward, smooth and, most importantly, it works!
We already talked about Buddy Nutrition’s product personalization bot in our “Top Conversational Landing Pages” article. Though it does deserve another mention. Plus, this bot works as both, stand-alone landing page and chatbot website.
Buddy Nutritions sells highly personalized vitamin “shots” that take into account age, weight, level of activity, the goal you want to achieve as well as what flavors you like. In the past, this would require a lengthy online form or support from sales or customer service agent. Turning the long series of questions into a conversation provides real-time service 24 hours a day without making it a CX drag.
The next chatbot website use case is a great way of showing how bots can be useful pretty much in any industry. Home Genius uses a simple virtual assistant that helps people to find contractors and book estimates be it for roofing, windows, solar or siding.
The bot enables Home Genius to identify which clients are ready to meet an estimator and which are just looking around sizing their options. Answering questions as part of a chat with most of the answers not even requiring typing improves the customer experience. Plus, the company is able to streamline their lead generation and focus on clients that are ready to book an estimate.
Chatbot that goes by the name Milo is also not entirely new to our “best of” listings. He is just too damn charming to be left out.
Milo is an opinionated virtual assistant who “works for” web designer and marketer Stephen. He is the living chatting proof you don’t need artificial intelligence to create an incredibly compelling and lovable character.
Though the design of the bot and its integration into the site is excellent, the main pluses of An Artful Science’s chatbot website are the personality and conversation design.
The bot helps visitors to assess their situation and find companies that are able to provide them with remote heating control. The user can stop with a more general search or specify the requirements to the smallest detail.
A simple chat like this is able to save the sales and support department a whole lot of phone calls since the services offered are very case-specific. Another proof that effective and intelligent chatbots don’t necessarily need to rely on AI.
ALTBOT is a project that offers a free energy comparison for businesses.
The premise is simple, all you need to do is answer a few questions. Then, the bot crunches the numbers and analyzes the data. Once done, the human team takes over talking to relevant reliable suppliers. They find the best possible match for your business in a given area and ensure the setup goes smoothly.
This is another case where a bot substitutes the dreaded online form. It helps to ease the pressure on human agents without sacrificing a pleasant CX.
ALTBOT’s visual and conversational designs are simple, practical and efficient, a great fit for its intended purpose!
Yurbi, a SaaS that creates data dashboards and reports for growing companies also has a helpful chatbot website assistant. The bot resides in the bubble in the bottom right corner of the website, waiting to be asked for help.
Yurbi chatbot shows off a great design that fits with the company’s visual identity as well as a brand-appropriate sense of humor and whimsy. The bot answers to support and sales frequently asked questions as well as offers an option to speak with a human agent if his answers are not enough.
Yurbi definitely deserves recognition for their bot! Good job!
Last but not least on our list of chatbot website examples is AdmitHub, a SaaS that creates bots for educational institutions bringing their mascots to life. In this case, it doesn’t come as a surprise the company uses a chatbot to promote their services.
AdmitHub mascot bot is simple, straightforward and great in demonstrating what the customer will get should they decide to go for it. It helps the company to collect the necessary contact information, as well as the intent and goals prospects wish to achieve with the bot. It’s a perfect scoring system disguised as a conversation.
Did you enjoy our list of chatbot website examples?
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