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Botletter

Send newsletters on Facebook Messenger

4.7/5
About

Botletter is a similar service as Mailchimp, but instead of using emails we use Facebook Messenger. Without any coding, you can connect our technology to your Facebook Page. Then people can subscribe to your botletter right through Messenger. You will be able to send them messages with rich cards attached whenever you want.

9 Reviews
Sean Wiese
Robin Good
Jessica Goulding
 +44 reviews
  • Sean Wiese
    Sean WieseHustling @portland_food_events
    Pros: 

    Easy setup, quick customer service

    Cons: 

    Needs to integrate with existing marketing channels

    I don't want to recreate a newsletter by hand when its automated in mail chip, etc. Would like to use Zapier or something that would trigger a bot letter notification that my full newsletter is now published.

  • Robin Good
    Robin GoodPublisher of T5 tools.robingood.com
    Pros: 

    Purpose, simplicity and ease of use

    Cons: 

    Way too costly for any FB page owner having more than 5K fans

    Excellent new distribution channel for your newsletter content: your FB page. Overall too expensive to send messages with it if you have more than 5K fans and want to send more than one message in a month.

    I'd love to use and promote this tool, but its pricing strategy for me it's way too high.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/mwekj8ddj68bu1t/ep11e48s.png?raw=1

  • Estelle L-A
    Estelle L-ADigital Consultant
    Pros: 

    It's more easy to reach information for potential client

    Cons: 

    Nothing for now

    It's a great tool to communicate for potential client and be sure your client read your info because messenger notification have better reach than other app.

  • CS
    CSDigital Maker
    Pros: 

    Simple and easy to use

    Cons: 

    High cost and poor content tools

    I mean, it's an amazing app but when it comes the time to design a campaign you can just add a message (obvious thing) and a card with an image, cta and a share button.

    And I think a "sent via botletter" would be better than "www.botletter.com" link because users may feel insecure about seeing a link to another page right down the message.

    Anyway, more feats and fixes will come :)

    CS has used this product for one day.
  • Mike Ohana
    Mike OhanaCEO, AlumnEye
    Pros: 

    very simple to set up, smart product!

    Cons: 

    not found any yet

    smart way to interact with our users, renewed channel to communicate, less spammy then the traditional newsletter

  • Tatyana Romanova
    Tatyana RomanovaCopywriter, Singree
    Pros: 

    cool

    Cons: 

    no cons

    great for those who don't want to invest in a whole SEO team. easy to use.

  • Irana Sverbitskaya
    Irana SverbitskayaMake up artist, Shleyf Salon
    Pros: 

    very cool app

    Cons: 

    none

    useful,great, convenient

  • Mariya Zhbanko
    Mariya ZhbankoA lawyer at ProLaw
    Pros: 

    useful, easy

    Cons: 

    none

    Very good app for small businesses.

  • Pros: 

    Increased reach

    Cons: 

    Nothing

    I have been using it for 3 weeks. Definitely a great tool in order to increase your engagement with your community