The ChatGPT Chatbot that Collect Leads

The ChatGPT Chatbot that Collect Leads

When we released our ChatGPT Chatbot in January of 2023, we experienced the largest rush I've ever seen in my life. We were the first software vendor on the planet that could integrate ChatGPT on your website and have it work with your personal data. People went crazy over it.

Since then there's been 10,000+ ChatGPT chatbot providers out there delivering similar value propositions. In this landscape it becomes impossible to compare vendors to find "the best ChatGPT chatbot provider".

In this article I will make it very easy for you to find the best, and I won't even tell you who's the best, I will simply arm you with a simple question that allows you to figure it out for yourself. The question is as follows ...

What's in it for me?

Ask yourself the above question and try to find the answer to it for each individual chatbot vendor. Below are 3 additional questions around the same axiom that can help you.

  1. Why do I want a chatbot?
  2. What is it I'm trying to accomplish?
  3. What value can a chatbot provide to me?

Once you know the answer to the above questions you already know which chatbot provider is "the best" for your particular needs.

Automatically Collect Leads using ChatGPT

If you work with sales you know that fresh leads is the equivalent of having people walk into your shop and look at your merchandise. The more high quality leads, the more sales. The more sales, the more revenue and profit. This is basic knowledge for every single digital marketeer out there.

One of our primary verticals is to use ChatGPT for E-Commerce. 50% of the job related to E-Commerce is making sure potential clients ends up in your E-Commerce website. There are hundreds of different strategies to achieve this, including for instance ...

  • Drop shipping
  • Buying Google Ads
  • Email campaigns
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Etc ...

What most of you don't realise (yet!), is that you can use a ChatGPT chatbot to automatically generate fresh new leads. Most people think about ChatGPT as follows:

  1. The user asks a question
  2. The chatbot answers
  3. Repeat until user is done

When the Chatbot Starts asking Questions

The kicker comes when you realise you can reverse this process, allowing the chatbot to ask the questions, and have the user provide the answers. If you do, you can gather information from your users such as ...

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Address
  • Age
  • Etc ...

Every single digital marketeer in the world knows that such information is gold, because it allows you to market your products and services directly to the user, with segmented marketing campaigns, resulting in higher conversion. Before we continue though, try out our chatbot in the bottom right corner if you haven't already done so. If you do, you will see something resembling this.

ChatGPT Chatbot Questionnaire

The point is that our ChatGPT chatbot allows you to collect information from your users. This information becomes yours, and you can use it in your digital marketing as you see fit.

Conversion to leads

Most verticals have a 1% conversion from website visitor to lead. With a ChatGPT Chatbot that collects leads you can easily increase this number by 10x. This gives you 10x boost on your marketing campaigns, resulting in that every single time you pay for something that gives you more traffic to your website, you'll be able to convert 10 times as many of those visiting your website to leads.

This increases the effect of all your existing marketing campaigns by 1,000%

Which again reduces the cost of all your existing marketing campaigns, since you get more bang for your bucks.

How it works?

We've built a "questionnaire" feature into our chatbot. This feature allows you to create as many questionnaires as you wish, and each questionnaire can have any questions you wish. This allows you to collect email, name, phone number, address, or whatever you wish really.

Every time you get a new visitor, you can simply ask him for his name and email address, and most users will happily provide it. This allows you to automatically sign up users for your email news letters, integrate with your CRM having your sales executives follow up, or whatever you wish.

You can also chose if you want a question/answer to become a part of the "context" for your chatbot. If it's a part of the context, ChatGPT can use this information as it answers questions. Our chatbot has been configured to ask you for your name, and once you supply your name, our chatbot will always address you by your name in the discussion you have with it. See below for an example.

Personalised ChatGPT Chatbot

This creates a personalised experience for the end user!

This is why data is gold, because the more you know about your visitors, the better experience you can create for them. The better the experience is, the more likely the lead is to convert into a paying customer. Simply addressing the user by name such as our chatbot is able to do, probably quadruples conversions because the lead feels as if it's important to you.

Most humans loves it when we say their names out loud

You can create as many questions as you wish, and you decide for each question if you want the answer the user provides to become a part of the chatbot's "long term memory". To illustrate that, try to provide your name to our chatbot, then close the browser window and come back later. Regardless of when you come back, the chatbot will continue addressing you by name, because it's persisted in our backend system, allowing the chatbot to remember your name for "an eternity".

This allows our ChatGPT Chatbot to provide a personalised experience to "an infinite" amount of users, always remembering their most important info, making the user feel "important".

Needless to say at this point, but this will create MIRACLES for your conversions 😁

Thomas Hansen

Thomas Hansen I am the CEO and Founder of AINIRO.IO, Ltd. I am a software developer with more than 25 years of experience. I write about Machine Learning, AI, and how to help organizations adopt said technologies. You can follow me on LinkedIn if you want to read more of what I write.

Published 7. Aug 2023