KLM on Messenger
You”ll be glad to know that Facebook Messenger can now help you book rides through Uber and complete day-to-day tasks through its personal assistant, M.
According to the messenger team, KLM will start a Messenger chat thread with you, where it will send confirmation information, flight status, scheduling changes, and so on. Your boarding pass would also show up here, and mostly, you can chat with customer support should you have a question or problem that needs addressing.
They also said that they have been working on a way to help alleviate air travel-related stress for some time. Not only that, but his use of the words “first airline partner” suggests that there will be more partners to come, or airlines could coordinate Messenger into their existing apps through an Open API.
It would be really interesting to see how different companies use Messenger to deliver their products, or if other airlines are as eager to experiment, but if the KLM integration is anything to go by, Messenger could soon be an essential part of our day-to-day lives.
How To Sell With Facebook Buy Button
How to Sell with Facebook Buy Button If you want to grow your ecommerce business by selling on Facebook, you should really consider using the Facebook Buy Button.
Not sure what it is and how it can boost your online sales? I’ll show you more about it below.
The fact is that there are over 1.59 billion active users on Facebook every single month.
This translates to a great opportunity for you find new chance who may be interested in your products, and convert them into new (and hopefully repeat) customers.
Selling on Facebook is nothing new. You (or your competitors) may have been doing it for a few years already.
The typical process (or sales funnel) is that once you get someone’s attention on Facebook (either through Facebook Ads, or engaging in conversations, etc), you’ll need to point them to your Facebook Page, then to your website, then hopefully they’ll finally buy something from you.
Yes, it’s over facilitate the process, but generally speaking, that’s the way it works most of the time.
If you’re a bit more savvy, you might even have a Facebook store set up on your business Facebook page already. So this shortens the sales growth a bit, where people can purchase from your Facebook page without visiting your website.